Nature writing is a big part of what I do. As well as writing nature related articles for magazines and newspapers, and creating content for my Irish wildlife hub, Ireland’s Wildlife, that also means harnessing my experience of content marketing to work with wildlife and nature related businesses to enhance their strategic content offering. But I […]
I love eBooks, and read pretty much everything on my Kindle these days. But for some readers there’s nothing better than holding a physical copy of a book in their hands… the weight, the smell of the paper, the feel of turning actual pages. So I’ve decided to make my epic fantasy “Empire: Book One of the […]
Amber woke with a start to a sound that was at the same time familiar and unsettling. The trill warbling of the willow thrush was a common sound during summer in the Silverwood; a bird that all young elven children knew well, and whose warbling call they often mimicked. It wasn’t a sound she expected to hear in the middle of winter on a river in the middle of Bantara at night.