The first map of the Realms, drawn by the then Crown Prince Fred of Castle Marsh, came out in 2012. It showed the southern part of the territory used by the Princelings series, in an olden style, with tracks, tunnels,
It’s been quietish since the launch of Willoughby the Narrator. We had a few sales to people already up with the series, and Rebecca has kindly reviewed it. We had many more people download book 1, which continues to attract
Willoughby the Narrator is ready for release on 27th April 2017! I’m hoping that people will want to join in a Book Blast and Giveaway on that date, and there’s page on my website for you to sign in and
Well, the February release date got put back to March, and after a few hiccups, I really hope that early April will be possible. Then I thought about the A to Z April Blogging Challenge, and wondered whether lots of
It can be a bit slow here on the Princelings website, simply because we’re waiting for things to happen. Our lovely editor is about halfway through editing Willoughby the Narrator, and we hope it’s not too painful for her since
Today we launch the first box set of ebooks 1 to 3 of the Princelings series. This volume combines the existing three ebooks of the trilogy into one humungous download – three books for the price of one and two-thirds.
I’m appearing at the Christmas Craft Fair at Great Witchingham Village Hall on Sunday 27th November (2-5pm), so if you’re within a couple of hours of Norfolk (London, Cambridge, Newark, Lincoln) you could come over and say hello, pick up
As you know, I set myself the challenge of doing Inktober, one sketch a day throughout October. Since I had, in the end, 32 new chapter illustrations to do, split evenly between Willoughby the Narrator and The Princelings of the North,