This evening, we attended a performance by Felici Opera of the three Mozart/Da Ponte operas: The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni and Cosi Fan Tutte. The open-air performance was held at St Paul's Walden Bury, which is a Grade II listed house set in Grade I listed gardens. Before the event, there was time to … Continue reading Review: A Trio of Mozart Operas
For this post, I’m excited to feature an interview with Stephen Briggs. Stephen needs little introduction, but here’s a quick run-down on who he is: writer, narrator, playwright and actor, best known for his extensive work on plays, maps and books pertaining to Terry Pratchett’s Discworld. Stephen’s won awards for several of his recordings of … Continue reading Author interview: Stephen Briggs
I'm thrilled to announce that I've just released the final book in the Numoeath trilogy. Here's the Kindle link (also available in print). (As of December 2019, I'm not selling books in other stores). Where does it start? As a quick catch up (trying to minimise spoilers if you've not read the first two books): … Continue reading A Quiet Rebellion: Posterity is out!
Quite a few things going on at the moment. First of all, you can read my thoughts on errors and decision making in fiction writing on Cat Rambo's blog. Cat's blog is full of excellent advice and information for writers, and I'm delighted I had the chance to write a guest blog post there. Here … Continue reading Bits and pieces