So, here it is! The moment a handful of people have been waiting for. Here is the opening chapter of the second Salmonweird book: the Christmas Crime Comedy Caper A Salmonweird Sleighing.
Hello again dear reader! If you’ve read our book or any of our short stories, you’ll know how much Harry and some of the other residents love music. To get the full experience of the chronicles of our little village, we thought we would provide a quick post on the sea shanties that features inContinue reading “The Salmonweird Sea Shanty Playlist”
No, don’t worry, the village did not run out of coffee though we are running very low on some of our favourite biscuits. The jam is also getting perilously close and the clotted cream is down to one last pot. On that note, we want to talk about a new development that you can useContinue reading “Salmonweird Village Ran Out of Coffee – You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!”
The first book in the Salmonweird series: called “Salmonweird”, goes on sale from 2nd September on ebook and hard copy. Click here to read a sample.
I don’t know what Brother Jowan told you about me, but I assure you very little of it is likely true. That man exists purely to taunt me and he tells the other villagers lies about me all the time just to turn them against me. Luckily, most people don’t believe him. Every Sunday, myContinue reading “I’m Pastor Eli, hello. Will we see you at the church?”
Delighted to meet you, stranger. I was, perhaps for about 20 minutes, the Salmonweir resident who lived the the furthest back in time. I say for about 20 minutes because shortly after that I believe Kensa appeared. She’s the red haired woman over there with the sword. Oh, you’ve met? Fine, fine.
Is it an unusual name? It’s just Cornish for April. Oh thank you for saying it’s a pretty name. I don’t think I’ve ever thought about it but I’m glad you like it. Did my father send you? Oh no? That’s all right then, I can relax a bit.
Kensa, the Iron Age Warrior Queen is perhaps the most identifiable characters about the village. No other woman carries a sword or wields it so well.