So what’s it about? Sword-fighting, love, history, King Arthur, adventure, magic and books. Set around Kenilworth, Warwickshire in the present day and much of the past, it’s a treat for the senses and for the intellect, as unlikely but nonetheless intrepid hero Scott Raynall is catapulted through time in search of his famously mysterious mother.
Let me know if you enjoy it…
QuarkXPress 2016 was released today. It’s been my great privilege to work with the Quark team as one of their testers in the weeks leading up to it. You may have seen my post before about conversion to native objects. That is a game changer. There is more, though. For the first time, we can(…)
QuarkXPress 2016 is due for imminent release. It has a lot of new features. One of them — based on my pre-test of the Final Release candidate — will change my workflow for ever. It’s this: QuarkXPress now pastes graphics from other applications, and converts them into native Quark objects. It will do the same thing(…)
Puzzle plots and what they can mean for new writers We tend to associate puzzle plots with the mystery stories. Indeed, the main difference between a mystery and a crime thriller is that we expect the clues to be presented to us in a mystery, but in such a way that we do not guess the(…)