Well, here I am again. The last few months I’ve been intensively writing. I was commissioned to write FOUR (count ’em) books, all with the deadline of the end of February! Since that deadline has passed I’ve been proofing them, so March hasn’t been quiet either. Three of these are ghost books: two more on the ghosts of Wales (North and South) and one on the ghosts of Cheshire. They should be published over the next couple of months. These are quite short books aimed at the tourist and those casually interested in the subject. More of a challenge was the book I was asked to write for the 20th anniversary of the atrocity that took place in the town of Warrington when two bombs planted by the IRA killed two children and injured more than fifty other people. A sensitive and complicated enough subject in itself you might think (and you’d be right!) but what made the job that much more difficult is that it was aimed at primary school children! I believe the book is currently at the printers. More on those projects when they’re in print.
In the meantime, you might like to check out the latest article on Uncanny UK, which is about a sinister witch-like being who supernaturally spread disease in a small village in Mid Wales: http://www.uncannyuk.com/1073/ceredigion-witch/