48 Hours in Granada, Spain - a city infused with Moor and Christian cultures, and is essentially a fusion of Arabic surroundings with a Spanish touch.
One of the pathways leading into the heart of the Alkhazaba. To reach this point in 1487 the Spanish invaders would have had to fight their way through three layers of walls and numerous narrow passages which twisted and turned on themselves. David Penny is currently working on the Thomas Berrington series of historical mysteries set in Moorish Spain between 1482-92. #HistoricalFiction #HistFic
A small retained section of the original city wall that once surrounded the entire Moorish city of Malaka. David Penny is currently working on the Thomas Berrington series of historical mysteries set in Moorish Spain between 1482-92. #HistoricalFiction #HistFic
Author Interview with James Blatch. While I was attending the London Book Fair I got chatting with internet advertising guru Mark Dawson, and he asked if I would do a quick interview to tell my story of how I discovered Facebook Advertising. I said yes of course (who wouldn’t). It turned into half an hour with James Blatch and you can see the results here with Me being interviewed by James Blatch. Self-publishing. Indie Author. Writing. Author Interview.
For Thomas Berrington, torn between two warring civilisations, Ronda is an escape from the madness engulfing Gharnatah. In the year 1485 this should be a time of recovery and replenishment. Until the Spanish army arrives, spreading across the plain below towering cliffs. Set in the final years of the Moorish Empire that once ruled Spain, The Incubus is the fourth book in the acclaimed Thomas Berrington mysteries.
For those interested I thought you might like to read Chapter 1 of the forthcoming Book 6 in the Thomas Berrington Historical Mysteries set in Moorish Spain between 1482-92. This is a first draft only, so might change a little in the finished book.