In June 2016, the 80s TV series, Robin of Sherwood, made its audio debut. As a Robin Hood enthusiast and lover of the series, it was my privilige to attend the London Premier and witness the transformation from TV to audio. Given that I am blind, the event was especially momentus, as it meant I could now enjoy the series on an equal footing with other fans. Rather than simply reproducing the series, fans were treated to a brand new adventure based on a hidden script that never saw the TV screens. The up and coming radio drama company, Spiteful Puppet, undertook production, and the majority of the original cast lent their voices to the project. Knights of the Apocalypse was a resounding success, and this year, both cast and crew were honoured by receiving a radio award. Later this summer, four more episodes will be added to the Robin of Sherwood audio adventures. Here’s hoping there will be many more awards to come. Never was a prize more well-deserved.
It seems only fitting that I end my current tour with this post at Howling for Books It’s been an amazing tour and I want to take this moment to thank all the blogs who took part, as well as the guys at Love Bound Promotions for organising everything with such efficiency. If you entered the giveaway, then good luck. Three lucky winners will be receiving ebook copies of Heir of Locksley shortly. Make sure you all stick around for the first tour for Knight of Sherwood. With the release only months away, I’ll be doing a lot of advance promotion, so watch this space.
Here we have the second character interview of the tour, courtesy of Boy Meets Boy Reviews. You can also read their review here
I was pleased to write this guest post as part of the tour. Read it here
Check out this exclusive interview
I’ve done some interesting things in the name of book marketing, but pretending to interview my own character was a new experience. Still, if it sells books, why not. I’ll be the first to admit it was sort of fun. You can check out the result here
I was happy to give this interview to stories that make you smile Join me as I discuss writing techniques, my favourite genres and what inspired me to write the Outlaw’s Legacy series.
Day three, and a third chance to enter your name in the Heir of Locksley giveaway over at bayou book junkie.
I could not have asked for a more wonderful review from Carcharodon Books To be compared to authors such as Philippa Gregory is an honour indeed.
I wrote this guest post for Love Bites Reviews.