My agent, James Gill of United Agents, is always open to ideas:
My publisher, HarperCollins, without whom etc etc etc:
Should you be in America – you will find my books published by these people: www.stmartins.com
The real Oathsworn of Einar The Black (or Inar, as he prefers)
The other ship crews of the larger organisation we belong
to. On a good weekend, we can put together a couple of thousand, including
Poles, Czechs etc etc. Spookily, the real Vikings who invaded the UK probably
didn’t have very
many more …
The Scarrow Brothers – brilliant as it is to have
Simon Scarrow and his talents, it is brilliance doubled to find he has a
brother, Alex, who also writes great stuff.
Sophia McDougall, one of the best authors around. Young,
beautiful and sweet as mead, you should treat her as you would a horn of
that stuff – with
respect, otherwise you will end up in a world of misery and pain. I also like
her brother’s music.
Bernard Cornwell needs no introduction from me... but it's a
great honour to have him say, 'I wish I'd written The Whale Road!'
Martin Kielty has been annoying me
since I was his boss in his first newspaper. He's
had five books published himself, along with a career as a rock journalist and designing, producing and running this website for
me. This paragraph is here to make the job