An old style Hell Fire Presbyterian minister had just finished a reading from the big Bible by the alter when he looked round the congregation. Some were dozing, some had half smiles showing their minds […]
Second Sight Do we have some kind of super-memory in our subconscious or do we connect with some kind of universal memory that makes us choose some things in a way that will affect […]
Escapes, monsters, human sacrifice and the Leprechaun. What a story!
My wife tells me there is always a bit of People’s Friend in every story I tell – well, where would we be without romance? It’s in every Western from Hopalong Cassidy, if you can […]
While waiting for Vital Spark to appear, I have been busy with the follow-up to Oakhaven. Why? Because I enjoy Mrs Boniface’s company. In some ways it’s people like her who mark the boundaries of […]
King or Kaiser is now on the market. Check it out on sullatoberdalton.com. Obviously it is a WW1 story but we must remember this was truly a world war. Men died in the Pacific, in […]
King or Kaiser is now on sale with all the listed sellers. That makes four books with number five, the sailing book, Vital Spark, on its way. King or Kaiser is a WW I story; […]
I really enjoyed the research for Drover. First was the cattle drive, then some help from a very pleasant lady in Tain, good photos of Alt-na-main, then down to Fort William and that dreary Glen […]
A Scotsman’s view of Niagra. No, not Viagra, Niagra.
Sometimes a story wont carry for more than a few pages and stretching it beyond that merely adds words and confusion. Sometimes when the story is written it talks and nags to become a lot longer and a novel is born but here’s how they start.