My Writing

As well as publishing novels for my ongoing series, I write short stories and have also contributed to English, writing and heritage blogs as a guest writer.
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Novels

The Copper Chevalier

For George and Douglas Abernathy, life is on the up. Their new android-building business is thriving and they are set to move from their clockmaker’s shop in Soho to a spectacular country mansion...

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Novels

The Mechanical Maestro

London, 1857.
Brothers George and Douglas Abernathy are clockmakers who are barely scraping a living in their family’s shop. They are also brilliant inventors with a sideline building custom-built androids and other technology ahead of its time...

Concerto for Three Cities

As android composer ‘The Mechanical Maestro’ accompanies his master, Lord Leyton, on his travels across the Continent, he is faced with difficult decisions when his master’s past threatens to catch up with him.

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Short stories

The Christmas Ball

This festive story is set two years after the events of The Mechanical Maestro, and is a taster of the characters you'll meet in the next book in the series (although the events of Book 2 take place prior to this story).

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Guest Writing

An interview with an MRes English student

In this post written for my friend Haneen’s blog, I share my experiences of doing a Masters by Research, shining a spotlight on this somewhat overlooked form of study.

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Guest Writing

Articulately.co.uk

Articulately aims to help you to find your narrative voice and produce clear, concise writing. For anyone interested in English, especially those considering university study, I’d highly recommend having a look through some of the other posts on her blog.

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