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Crécy - to seize a crown

The battle of Crécy on 26 August 1346 was the first major land battle of the Hundred Years War when the upstart English King Edward III took a few thousand men to seize the…


Monkey and Me prize nomination

MONKEY AND ME has been long listed for the Fantastic Book Awards! The awards are judged by thousands of children aged 9-11 from primary schools across Lancashire, and are designed…


Writer at work

Finished my latest book - 500 pages - did a rewrite, did an an edit - and then did another edit. I think it's time to send this off now! And then to tidy my temporary office.


St George’s Day

St George's Day today: no dragons slain other than an editor or two. I spared a few others who weren't fire-breathing, though on the QT their dental hygiene has some way…


‘Girls’heart-books’

I was guest blogger for young readers - so here's my take on my own particular creative process. http://girlsheartbooks.com/2014/03/17/guest-blogger-david-gilman


Monkey and Me - Reading Zone

Some good reviews arriving for Monkey and Me, and this is from a top librarian writing for The Reading Zone http://bit.ly/1cT8RaU. For any author it's always a boost to…


Monkey and Me - Books of the Week

Very pleased to see that Monkey and Me has been chosen by Peters Books as a book of the week.


New Children’s Book

The Monkey and Me is my new children's book that is published Thursday 6th Feb. Templar Books are publishing here and Puffin in Australia. It's a wonderful, quirly cover…


#1 in Kindle Sales

Good news in this a.m. is that Master of War is now #1 in the Amazon Kindle - Historical Fiction sales. Many thanks to all who posted a tweet on davidgilmanuk. …


Master of War - Paperback edition - Amazon/Waterstones

MASTER of WAR has been chosen by Amazon for its top 25 books. and it is currently sitting at #1 in War Fiction and #3 in Historical Fiction, sitting firmly in the Top 100 Kindle…


Master of War paperback Covers

My publisher has just sent through the paperback covers - look so good.


Master of War

Six hundred years before allied troops stormed ashore at Utah Beach, King Edward 111, England’s warrior king, led ten thousand troops onto the same sands a little further…