Author Archives: E S Moxon

About E S Moxon

E S Moxon's life has always involved languages and travel. Growing up she spent many family holidays visiting ancient burial sites and stone circles, exploring Britain's multi-cultural past. Her Italian grandfather's tales of the roguish adventures of his youth fuelled Elaine's passion for writing from a young age. A former holistic therapist and current member of the Historical Novel Society, she lives in the Midlands with her family.

July Writing Workshop

I had immense fun at my second workshop, held at the wonderful ‘Kiss Me Cupcakes & Cakes’ in South Birmingham! The attendees were very enthusiastic and eager to learn how to create Character Profiles, which was the topic of the … Continue reading

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Angles in our Midst?

In my Wolf Spear Saga series the tribe of the Wolf Sons that give my first novel its name of ‘WULFSUNA’ are from Sachsen; they are Saxons, not Angles. The Angles that feature in my series appear as enemies to … Continue reading

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Local History

UPDATE: It is a pity, but I have to report that the road discovered below was in fact only 18th Century. As a result of this more recent dating, it was not deemed worthy of saving. However, we are grateful … Continue reading

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WULFSUNA in HARDBACK!

GOOD NEWS! ‘WULFSUNA’ is now available in hardback from all usual retailers, as well as Book Depository, Foyles, Waterstones and Fishpond plus several others.

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Bristol Festival of Literature: 2016

This was my second year at the Bristol Festival of Literature and I very much enjoyed myself! Unlike the previous year I wasn’t featuring on a panel and, although that was a fabulous opportunity, it was good to simply be … Continue reading

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London Book Fair 2016 – an author’s view

Well, my first London Book Fair is over. I left with a tinge of sadness, wishing I had spent more than a mere six hours swimming in a sea of books. What a day!

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Making Words Go Further…

Well, it’s been an exciting few months since I last posted. Since my first video diary I’ve been busy writing and researching more of my second novel in the Wolf Spear Saga series. I’m hoping to have a second video … Continue reading

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