Category Archives: Day-to-day

(Review) Paul Archer & Johno Ellison, It’s on the Meter (Summersdale Publishing, 2016)

Another review! But, unlike my usual reviews, this one is not about a history book but, indeed, a travel/adventure/endurance book. I knew one of the authors (Paul Archer) from our schooldays together, so I was intrigued by this project of … Continue reading

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Busy, busy, busy

As I predicted, my blog has become rather quiet as of late; apologies! I have been winding down my freelance work to focus on my books and PhD, so there has been little time for things like this. Anyway, a … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Fatherhood

Apologies for the dearth of blogs, but there have been many changes around here that have made it harder and harder to find the time. The most fundamental change has been my acceptance to pursue a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan … Continue reading

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Horsemen of the Steppes (podcast)

Just a quick update. I was invited to join the Ancient Warfare Magazine pod casting team (in conjunction with the History Network) as a guest, for their edition on the Horsemen of the Steppes. We mainly talked about the ‘barbarian’ … Continue reading

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New Article Out

Just a quick blog to say I have another article published on the Amazon myths. It is published with a newcomer to the magazine market, myHistory Digest, and they have done a brilliant job (at least I think so). The … Continue reading

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