The Superstitions of the Vikings

Quite an iteresting insight on the belifs of the Vikings

Ghost Cities

The Vikings came out of the frozen lands of northern Europe – Norway, Iceland, Denmark and Sweden – seeking wealth and conflict. Theirs was a society of rugged and enduring men and women, who revered bloody-handed gods and valued courage and action above all other virtues. For two hundred years, they traded and pillaged across the coasts of England, France and other European countries, demanding tribute, sacking towns and monasteries but also engaging in settlement and commerce. Like giants they strode across history, their axe-wielding beserkers and canny explorers performing feats of bravery and prowess. The golden age of the Viking was between 850 and 1050 AD, when men of iron, free men, strong and proud, would take to the sea when the ice had left the fjords. Those who faltered went down to Hel’s hall, so said the Norse myths, but those who found success were destined to take…

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Release of book




Today is the big day. Today Vengeance of a Slave is released to the general public. If you have pre-ordered it, you should have it on your Kindle or whatever you use to read.


I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Whenever I write a book, I am always surprised at how it grows in the telling. I have what I think is a good idea, get a rough draft of where I think it is going to go, then, while writing, it often changes. The characters take on a life of their own and sometimes do things I don’t expect. Occasionally, things I don’t want them to do. However, in the end, I know they are right.


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