This week, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Bob at the Outdoors Station – the UK’s longest-running (and award-winning) outdoor podcast. Due to the fact that I’ve only discovered the delights of podcasts in the last year or so, the Outdoor Station didn’t cross my radar
The October 2015 issue of The Great Outdoors (TGO) magazine is now out – a ‘wild Scotland’ special with features from Ed Byrne, Will Renwick, Ronald Turnbull, and Chris Townsend. It’s also my first issue as a feature contributor. My article is all about the Cape Wrath Trail – why it’
It’s that time again when the outdoor industry looks back at the year past and reflects on the highs and lows. For the first time in my career I have been fortunate enough to feature in this great reckoning, not once but three times. First I was nominated (and
The Atholl Expedition has been reviewed by outdoor expert, backpacker and author Chris Townsend in the May 2014 issue of The Great Outdoors (TGO) magazine. TGO is one of the top selling outdoor publications in the UK and they printed a short review of my first novel almost exactly a
Andrew Mazibrada is a climber, freelance outdoor writer and photographer who writes fiction under the pen name Marcus Cameron. Like many of my professional connections these days, we met on Twitter. He’s hosting a series of in-depth interviews on the writing process of various authors and was kind enough
I had wondered what was causing today’s huge spike in visitors to my website! Trail, one of the UK’s most widely-read outdoor and mountaineering magazines, has published a short review of The Atholl Expedition in this month’s issue. Here is the text in full: “The year is
I have a few copies of The Atholl Expedition going spare and thought I would run a competition to give one away to a worthy reader! The competition will run for seven days, at the end of which a winner will be picked at random. Here are the rules: 1.
Exciting news! Today an article was published in the Scottish Sunday Mail about the Abraham brothers, pioneers of British rock climbing who were active in the 1890s and early 1900s. They were friends with O.G.Jones and Ashley Abraham plays a small role in The Only Genuine Jones. As
I’ve been featured on the ‘ten questions with…’ series of interviews with indie author Jonathan Hill. Click here to read the interview.
The Only Genuine Jones, my debut novel, is currently on a special Bank Holiday weekend promotion. The Kindle edition has been reduced to 79p until the end of Monday, after which time it will go back up to its usual list price. If you haven’t yet snapped up a