Tag Archive | British Empire

Available for Download Now!!

I’m pleased to announce that my book is now available for download from Amazon. A Show Called Empire looks at the way the British Empire has been portrayed in the movie world and how audiences perceptions and movie-makers portrayals have changed and adapted over time. I hope you enjoy it!! What’s next for me? Why, my next […]

3 days to go…

Wow, it’s only three more days until the launch of my new (and first) non-fiction book. Excited, nervous and relief are the words that probably sum up how I am feeling right now. In just three days I’ll be launching: A Show Called Empire: The History of the British Empire According to the Movies This […]

Announcement

Ok so, I’ve been a little quiet. I’ve finished my current project, but still haven’t clicked ‘publish’. I haven’t been networking as much. I haven’t been writing as much. With a upcoming holiday, my publishing plans have been put on hold until after I return. But what does this mean for the present? It means […]

Forthcoming Release!

I’ve mentioned a fair few times that my current project is nearing its end and will be published soon! [date to be confirmed] I’ve been working on a non-fiction project; So what’s it all about?   A Show Called Empire “They say a picture paints a thousand words. So what picture does a movie paint? […]

My New Project

Well, it’s not really new (for me) but I guess it will be for you. I have mostly finished writing the first draft of my new project – there’s just a couple of things that need ironing out – and I’ve almost finished the very first and very general edit of it too. After writing […]

A Month of: This Day in History

On 22nd June 1856 English writer of adventure novels, Sir Henry Rider Haggard, known as H. Rider Haggard was born. His novels are based in exotic locations predominantly Africa, and include popular and influential stories such as King Solomon’s Mines and She. His novels contain many stereotypes of colonialism, yet with a degree of sympathy with […]