Monthly Archives: July 2011

Unsung Heroes

One of the first things we do as writers is developing and fleshing out our characters. In chapter one of Draegnstoen we meet most of the important ones. There is ten-year old Rhun, the crown prince with a mean streak; the one … Continue reading

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Who was this woman named Boudicca?

Early in the first century AD, the Romans decided they wanted to add Britain to their empire, but this latest venture had a bit of a rocky start. The natives weren’t too keen on the invaders and it took a few years to … Continue reading

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A rebellion has begun…

So says Robert the Bruce to his leperous father in Braveheart. Standing on the brink of this uprising, father and son look at the opportunity in two different ways. The younger Bruce is ready to shake off the past and … Continue reading

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