Professional oral storyteller and author of the EU’s guide to using storytelling in the classroom, as well as 2 books published by The History Press: "Cambridgeshire Folk Tales for Children" (2016) and "Who Made England?" (2017).
On a criminal psychologist’s journey to find her stalker, she realizes that her past is forcefully crawling to the surface, revealing secrets she was not aware of. Now, it’s a matter of whether she can find the demons hiding behind angelic faces.
This sounds like a fantastic premise! Fulton clearly knows his setting and his subject matter, but he also knows how to draw you straight into the intrigue. Worth watching...!
A Highland cop cursed with second sight confronts witchcraft and superstition as he hunts a killer whose crimes echo macabre Scottish myths.
BOAT has a strong premise & an equally brilliant opening (like Dean, I got fully involved at Sara's "Will they eat me?"). The action & intrigue is there from the off. An edit is needed here 'n' there (e.g. some commas can go), but it's shaping up grand!
The Son of the Deceiver can be heard. The Sword craves a hand to wield it. Ghosts of the Four threaten to swallow the world in madness. A soldier turned outlaw and an outcast called witch hold the keys to salvation … if love doesn’t damn them first.