September 14, 2017

I dedicated Eboracum, No Turning Back to the recent Brexit decision. Brexit is controversial, to say the least, but it is history going full-circle. After more than sixteen hundred years, Britain will free itself of rule from Europe for the second time. As with most break-ups, it won’t be easy. There will be tears and…

August 16, 2016

It’s summer and while for some people that means holidays and rest, for me it means work… and I’m retired! I’m mowing the grass today around our place. It takes two of us to get the job done. I get on my mower, my wife gets on her mower, and then we go around and…

July 26, 2016

Sound of Silence didn’t make the Whistler Independent Book Awards’ short-list. However, I was honoured to be in esteemed “long-list” company. Independent publishing is increasingly being taken seriously by the publishing industry and I’m glad the Whistler Independent Book Awards is recognizing indie published authors. All the best to those on the short-list. Anybody have…

May 4, 2016

Eboracum is the Roman name for York, U.K. The Romans spelled Eboracum with a ‘v’ as in Eboracvm and this causes some modern-day confusion over the name. Of course, it’s pronounced with a ‘u’ but to keep my Eboracum series books truer to the actual way it was, I use Eboracvm on the covers. I…

January 27, 2016

Dropped my memoir off at the Little Free Library in Calgary on 7th Ave NE. Like I’ve said before, The Sound of Silence is an incredibly personal story. I’m sharing it with the sincere hope that readers will find something of value in my words. Let me know what you think: http://www.graham-clews.com/contact.shtml.

January 15, 2016

I wrote three books in 2015 and I’ve just published the third: a memoir. The Sound of Silence is an incredibly personal story. My father was a pedophile and I was sexually abused by him. I put my experiences and thoughts down on paper because, as I say in my dedication, it is with sincere…

December 9, 2015

There’s a lot of choice in today’s publishing market. From imprints to indie publishing to hard cover books to ebooks, authors have alternatives that weren`t possible even 10 years ago. But with all this choice, comes some confusion and questions. In the past, I went through a “publishing” firm to get my indie books (4)…