The Alternation of Rome

Rome fascinates us, bewitches us even in the high tech 21st century. It stretched for over 1229 years, it reached the heights (occasionally depths) of military achievement, produced the social, cultural and legal framework for the entire Western world, gave us its engineering genius and left us a richness in architecture, power politics, literature and […]

How to have a successful blogtour

It’s the old five-Ps adage: Perfect Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Whether you do it yourself, contract a PR company or your publisher organises it, the same things apply.

Stage 1 – Planning Plan your tour length and frequency – five days, ten days, a month; everyday, every other day or three a week for a […]

INCEPTIO goes down a storm in Portugal!

I am thrilled out of my socks by this review from book review site Pedacinho Literário in Portugal.

Review: Wow, what a story! I don’t think I have enough good words to fully express how special this book is—at least, not yet. It’s not only spectacular—for me—because it’s part of my first ever Blog Tour, […]

“Renschman is a psycho villain” – what a lovely thing for a reviewer to say!

Yesterday, INCEPTIO went to Texas. Yes, Roma Nova 1 was the guest of Jaime at ‘Because this girl loves books‘ who wrote a lively and incisive review. She said of yours truly: “she’s a natural storyteller and this fast-paced, suspense novel is the perfect example of that talent.“

After I inserted my head […]

Official launch!

An announcement: 1 March – Publication day of paperback and ebook of INCEPTIO (34 days to go)

12 March – OFFICIAL LAUNCH at Waterstones Tunbridge Wells at 7pm: ‘An Evening with Alison Morton’ where I’ll give a talk and read from INCEPTIO. The Mayor of Tubridge Wells, Sue Cook, writer and broadcaster, will be there […]