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Sunday October 6, 2019

The Devil's Horn Book Signings - October 2019!

Should you live in Mallorca, I shall be signing books at the following stores:

Universal Bookshop, Portals Nous Friday 11, October from 2pm-4pm

Please join me for a glass of cava and piece of celebratory cake at my book signing at lovely Universal Bookshop in Portals Nous. Lucy Gorman, Vice-Consul for Mallorca will be joining Kay Halley, bookshop owner and hostess of...


Sunday October 6, 2019

The Devil's Horn Promo Video - don't miss it!

For a bit of fun, I hope you can kindly find 15 seconds to watch the promotional video for The Devil’s Horn created by Trevor at Tapocketa Studio in the UK.

And while you’re at it, please take a look at my new publishing entity launching on 15, October. From that date you’ll be able to open the link...


Sunday October 6, 2019

The Devil's Horn hits the street!

After a busy year, I am delighted to announce that The Devil’s Horn my debut crime caper featuring Isabel Flores Montserrat, a feisty Mallorcan sleuth, launches this week. It will the first in a new fiction series set on the beautiful island of Mallorca, my cherished home.

Having penned six Mallorca based travel titles, it was only a matter of time...


Tuesday January 29, 2019

The tower of Babel?

Some time ago I was happily introduced to Alejandro Blasi, a locally based musician here in Mallorca who collaborates regularly with well known artist, Donovan. He and his fellow musician Diego Blanco, form the duo Babel, and Blue Dance is their new album. It is a lyrical mix of sonorous and arty music using both modern and ancient instruments such...


Tuesday January 29, 2019

Those boots are made for walking

During this cool and bracing winter weather in Mallorca, I like nothing better than to pull on some warm layers and a good windproof jacket and head up into the hills for a hike. In my book there are two different sorts: the relaxing and the challenging!

If I’m looking for a challenge, I go mountain climbing with my terrifyingly fit...


Sunday January 27, 2019

Almond Fever

We are fast approaching February when the glorious almond blossom here in Mallorca is in flower so to gear up for the big event, here are some of my own culinary treats that are quick and easy to make and which celebrate the marvellous almond. For those who enjoy almond milk, why not make your own rather than rely on...


Sunday January 27, 2019

Winter wonders in Mallorca

We’re clinging onto the last few days of January 2019 but already poised for February fun. it seems that the month has flown by and in some ways that’s no great hardship given that we’ll be that much closer to the arrival of Spring! I’ve sluggishly got back to marathon training after succumbing to two consecutive colds (that’ll teach me...


Saturday June 23, 2018

Burro Books will soon be riding into town!

Finally here I am posting a few morsels following a lengthy time away from this website for which I apologise. The good news is that I have not been idle!

Aside from juggling my books, journalistic assignments and copywriting, I have for some months been establishing my own niche publishing company. This has been a long term project and...


Monday October 16, 2017

Marathon moments in Palma

Yesterday, despite being a Sunday, I was up at 6.30am and donning my running wear ready for the annual half marathon race in Palma. Some years ago I ran the whole marathon but as the 42km course consists of two quite onerous loops, I decided that once was enough!

A few years after completing the full Palma marathon, I...


Wednesday October 11, 2017

Scrumptious fare at Santi Taura of Lloseta

One of my guilty pleasures here in Mallorca is returning again and again to restaurants that awaken all the senses and offer a gastronomic experience that isn’t about pomp, mores and manners but rather focusing on relaxation, warmth of ambience and the food and wine. Friendly, informed and discreet staff go a long way to making the experience special too.