JULIA PRIMA gets a top notch accolade from the HNS!

The Historical Novel Society has just released its batch of new reviews and JULIA PRIMA has not only been given a stonking review (“stunning“!), but also selected as Editors’ Choice! https://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/julia-prima-roma-nova-thriller-series/

It’s a pleasure to have your book reviewed in the Historical Novels Review – a sign that the reviewers enjoyed your […]

Dealing with Rome - Always a tricky business...

Blacksmith tombstone, York Museum Trust (Author photo)

When looking at Julia’s home town of Virunum in an earlier post, I sketched lightly over Roman involvement. Never a good idea… Seriously, it was a long relationship lasting from the 2nd century BC through to the 5th century AD.

Dealing with Rome

If you enjoyed this post, do share it with your friends!

JULIA PRIMA – Two excerpts

From the Prologue – Siro, a tribesman from across the Danube border speaks…

Crossing the river at night Credit: Photosampler

The tips of the oars paddle the water softly at each stroke. Rain obscures our passage as we cross the fast-flowing river. In the dark night, the only things I see […]