Monthly Archives: September 2018

Love in the time of the crucifixion: Pilate’s Daughter by Fiona Veitch Smith

This is an accomplished historical novel, set in 28AD onwards, which concentrates on the secondary characters in the gospels:  Herod, Pilate, Jairus,  Barabbas, Malchus,  but mainly on Pilate’s wife, and her (fictional) daughter. It is a moving, dramatic love story … Continue reading

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Fountain pen, biro, typewriter or computer?

Quick survey:  Do you write with a fountain pen, a biro, a typewriter or directly into a computer?  Or do you use slate and slate pencil, stone and chisel, paint and papyrus, pencil and paper? Moleskine notebooks or 50p exercise … Continue reading

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Is British Christian Fiction different to American?

A while back, I started a facebook group, Christian Fiction UK. But American authors kept asking to join it and, as soon as they did, using it to aggressively promote their Christian fiction. So I then remove them from the … Continue reading

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