S E Morgan Historical Fiction Author

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Coming soon, stand alone sequel of From Waterloo to Water Street; sneak preview of front cover.

Limited time only, 99p on Kindle

Link to novel locations and documents

or follow this link to my free Short Story ; Ester’s Tale

Carpenter’s apprentice, clever but cautious Will, grapples with resentment that he will not inherit the family farm. Will’s jealousy increases when his handsome, radical older brother falls in love with his best friend, Ellen.

Cantankerous veteran, Thomas Lewis, is tormented by nightmares of the wars against the French in Spain and the Low Countries nearly thirty years earlier. 

The  Welsh countryside is in turmoil; livelihoods destroyed by unfair tithes and taxes. The workhouse provides a starvation diet for the “deserving poor”.The people’s fight for fair-handed justice has begun. 

Could telling Will the story of his campaigns and battles with the 44th East Essex Regiment help Thomas find peace?  What will become of Will and his family?

Amazon US

For much more about my research, photos of locations in “From Waterloo to Water Street” click here

£1.77 on Kindle

Link to photos and walks etc

443 AD Tara, Ireland.

“Be careful in your dealings with your uncles,” Maelon, pagan prince and younger son is warned by his father, High King Niall. At twelve, he is sent away from everyone he loves to study for a priesthood he despises.  

In Wales he befriends Meawyn Succus, later to be known as Patrick. Forced to flee, he is besotted by his cousin Dwynwen, but she must marry whoever her Christian father, King Brychan chooses.

Dwynwen, Welsh patron saint of lovers and Patrick of Ireland are well remembered, but Maelon’s name is long forgotten.Their fates are entwined by loyalty, betrayal and redemption. 

Historical fiction, perfect for fans of Bernard Cornwell, Matthew Harffy and Peter Tremayne.

Available worldwide on Amazon. Amazon US

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About Me

After many years working in mental health and as senior civil servant, I have taken time to indulge in my passions of walking, Wales and writing. I am working to combine all three in historical novels set in Wales. Occasional potter, photographer and painter my aim is to develop parts of my brain little used until now – while I still have the chance.

Do contact me if you would like to me to email you when the sequels are published, or if you have any queries.

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