I did an interview for BBC History Magazine to talk about Matilda.
More battles! This time it’s Sandwich in 1217, England’s first great naval victory.
A Q&A with my friend and colleague Sean McGlynn on our differing perspectives of the Battle of Lincoln.
One on crime writing for a change – how have I been influenced by Agatha Christie? For the History Press.
The forgotten king of England: a piece on Louis for the Yale University Press blog.
England’s forgotten king: yes, it’s Louis again, this time for Historia Magazine.
Why did I decide to write historical crime fiction? A Q&A for publisher The History Press.
What was ordinary life like in the thirteenth century? A blogpost I wrote for the History Press.
The king of England nobody’s ever heard of? A blogpost on King Louis, written for the Young Historian blog.
A piece on one of the thirteenth century’s forgotten heroes, Nicola de la Haye, written for women’s history month on Sarah’s History blog.
An article on how I created Edwin Weaver, on Mme Guillotine’s blog.
An article on why it’s important to read about the lives of ordinary people in history, on the Royalty-free fiction blog.
I contributed to an episode of Sam Willis’s TV series ‘Invasion!’, talking about Louis.
A podcast I recorded for BBC History Magazine about Matilda.