MT McGuire Books

Words With A Fellow Petrolhead

Today I am shooting the breeze with Will Macmillan Jones on his blog.

June 23, 2014

What do you see, you people looking at me?

As many of you probably know, there’s a little bit, in WordPress, that tells you what people typed into their search engines to get to your blog. I’ve just been looking at fellow Gumbee Writers’ Guild author, Jim Webster’s latest post about the absurd things people type to get to his — apparently it’s a big favourite […]

June 20, 2014

Entrails, Omens, Eggciting News and Eggstraordinary Matters…

I’ve a new book out! Weeeeee!

June 12, 2014

K’Barthan 3 is out soon… oh yes it is!

Book 3 of the K’Barthan Trilogy is out in 9 days! Booyacka!

June 3, 2014

A little light fluff.… Literally.

Pictures of the latest edition to the McGuire household.

May 25, 2014

Amazon Recommended Reading

Look what Amazon recommends! Phnark.

May 15, 2014

Box 010 Results: Number 12, Angela Burkhead

A couple of weeks ago, Angela Burkhead joined me for Box 010. Find out how well she did.

April 29, 2014

Ooo! Shiny Thing.

Few Are Chosen is Indie Book of Today.

April 24, 2014

Box 010: Number 12, Angela Burkhead

Well hello, and after a bit of a hiatus, welcome, once again, to Box 010; a bit of light whimsy which is, in no way, inspired by the popular BBC programme Room 101. Here’s now it works. Every two weeks, except in the holidays when I turn into Mumzilla and everything goes a bit mental, my special guest will pop in and then present us with five things they would like to see consigned to the dustbin of existence. This week’s special guest is Angela Burkhead. She has just published Sticks n’ Stones and the Garden of Phea, a young adult fantasy novel.

April 17, 2014

Stealth Marketing in the Grand Tradition of the British Navy

OK, I’ll admit, it’s a tenuous connection, especially in the extremely likely event I’ve got my facts wrong, but there is this lovely story about Admiral Rodney; that he was concerned that the demand of the British Navy for oak trees to make ships was outstripping British supply. He therefore carried acorns in his pockets and […]

April 12, 2014
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