Tag Archives: New book launch

V1 Vixen – My New Vigilante Pulp Noir Thriller

Today is a big day for me as it sees the release of my first new book of 2016! V1 Vixen is a vigilante pulp noir thriller set in the modern day world where everyday life and the criminal underworld … Continue reading

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101 Most Horrible Tortures In History (my new book!)

Today is a big day for me, I’m launching my new book on Kindle and Paperback formats! 101 Most Horrible Tortures In History takes a wry look at history, torture and bizarre punishments of times past and just a bit of … Continue reading

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New Year, New Book – The Silence Fell

I don’t really set New Year Resolutions but 2014 seemed to be an ever increasingly good year both for my writing and for my guided tours business.  I spent much of the holiday period on mapping things out for the … Continue reading

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Diary Rooms – Being human on the front line in Afghanistan

Following my recent review of Kajaki, I was hit by an unexpected frenzy of interest from those involved with the film participants in the war in Afghanistan in generally.  One interesting email I received was from Derek Eland, himself a … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget: A Concise Companion to the First World War (my new book)

I know what you’re thinking.  Stephen can’t be releasing another book.  I know, I know.  I’m sorry.  Long-time readers will know that I spend my summers giving guided tours and during winter I spend most of my time writing and … Continue reading

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Our village (Leavesden Green) gets a new WW1 memorial

Like many others have done as the 100th anniversary of WW1 or The Great War looms ever closer over for us, our village has been busy working on a new war memorial which is situated at the end of my … Continue reading

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The Messenger – Book 2 in the Timeless Trilogy

Today marks the release of the second book in my Timeless Trilogy of History-Romance novels, namely The Messenger. I’m very excited about The Messenger as with any trilogy, the second book in the series contains much of the meat of … Continue reading

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Why is there no history on History TV?

I know, I’m a bit old-fashioned.  I like history, I visit historical places, I read about history and write about it too and when I switch on the History TV channel, I kind of expect history too.  I used to … Continue reading

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The Promise – Book 1 in the Timeless Trilogy

Today is an exciting day for me as I’m very pleased to announce that The Promise, the first book in my Timeless Trilogy has been released. The Promise is a romantic adventure story set both in the modern-day and in … Continue reading

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How To Get Rich Using Airbnb

This week I wrote a small How-To ebook/kindle book entitled How To Get Rich Using Airbnb.  It’s in all good book stores, well Amazon UK, USA, Lulu and iTunes anyway. I wrote this book for two main reasons.  First of all … Continue reading

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