Tag Archives: Venice

Release day for A Gilded Cage

I’m not sure where the summer is going, but somehow the release day for A Gilded Cage is already here! Set once more in 1790s Venice, with its licentious Carnevale and gorgeous clothes and masks, the book is a sequel … Continue reading

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Venice – gay history

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post for the excellent series about gay history on the Manlove Authors website. With Carnevale, the first in my Venetian series, being published tomorrow, it occurs to me it might be a … Continue reading

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A new book, and gondoliers.

While research into eighteenth century Venice was fun for its own sake, I’m delighted that Siren BookStrand have accepted the novella for which it was undertaken. Titled Carnevale, it’s due to be published on July 30th, and follows the fortunes … Continue reading

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The rabbit holes of research

One of my favourite parts of writing is research, because I never know where it’s going to take me. In the last two months, I’ve gone from reading up on the choke settings on a V8 engine to watching the … Continue reading

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