Dragonslayer Blog Tour

The thing about Blog Tours, is that I can’t help feeling like I’ve already put everything worth saying about the book I’ve just written into the book. And so I don’t know what to write about when it comes to going into other people’s spaces. So I asked a number of my fellow authors for help, and got a lot of good advice. So very big thanks to Nicki J MarkusSue BrownAnne Barwell, Laura Lascaro, Anna Butler and especially Kelly Jensen,  for the advice, ideas and offers to guest in their digital spaces. As you can see I’ll be visiting a fair few of them.

So, for this blog tour, I’ve decided to provide you all with some extra special things I’ve never put out anywhere else. A look at how Dragonslayer began, a brand new short story set over a century before the events of Dragonslayer and not part of the novel, and a recipe inspired by some of the fantastical food from the fantasy world of Twitterlight. There’s also going to be several chances to win an ebook from my backlist, so if you don’t own them all already and aren’t going to run out and buy them all right now, you can follow the tour to try your luck!

18th September           MM Good Book Reviews – The Origin of Stories
20th September           Sue Brown Stories – Why Fantasy?
25th September           Nicki J Markus – The Offering
26th September           Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words – Catch up with Matthew Lang
27th September           Love Bytes – How to Cook Tarantula in 7 easy steps
28th September           My Fiction Nook – The Winged Traveller Guide to Aer Goragon
1st October                    DSP Blog – Do Haerunwoln Have Pouches?

Once I’ve recovered from all of that, I’ll also be stopping by Anne Barwell’s site, Drops of Ink for a post launch chat.  I hope you’ll join me for at least some of the tour, if not all, and if you haven’t already pre-ordered your copy of Dragonslayer DSP Publications, head over to or your favourite online bookstore to reserve a copy now. You’ll find a full list of shop links on the Dragonslayer page on over here.

Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!