Il “miracolo” di p. Ragheed Ganni, esempio e guida per la vita di mio figlio

Asia News has a translation of an article I wrote last December about Fr Ragheed Ganni, the martyred Iraqi priest, whose anniversary falls on June 3, and who wrote for the Catholic site before his murder. Ragheed is one of my son’s middle names, in tribute to an inspiring man.

Runaway liberalism, Nicholas Wade and the future of Britain

In response to no popular demand whatsoever, I’m linking to my three latest posts at Spectator blogs. Firstly last Friday’s piece on runaway political correctness and why the consensus can become extreme. On a similar evolutionary note, yesterday’s post on Nicholas Wade’s A Troublesome Inheritance, which argues that the post-war concensus about recent evolution is wrong. And today’s bit on multiculturalism and the future of Britain (pessimistic naturally).

David Cameron va-t-il défendre les Chrétiens persécutés

Someone has translated my last Spectator blog into French, on the subject of  la persécution des Chrétiens. C’est un grand honneur. Joueuses Pâques!

Talking Game of Thrones with James Delingpole

I’m talking to James Delingpole this week on - yes, Game of Thrones, once again, my favourite subject in the whole world, desperately trying to flog my ebook, which you can buy here.

Why Game of Thrones is better than history lessons

I have a piece on Breitbart about Game of Thrones to coincide with my ebook.

Game of Thrones tells the story of Britain better than most histories

From the Spectator, March 29 A young pretender raises an army to take the throne. Having recently learnt of his father’s beheading, the adolescent — dashing and charismatic and descended from the old kings of the north — vows to avenge him. Despite his youth, he has already won in the field and commands the loyalty of many of the leading families of the realm; he is supported in this war by his mother, who has spirited away… Read on

New ebook on the historical inspiration for ‘Game of Thrones’

I have a new Amazon Kindle Single out today, on the historical inspiration for Game of Thrones, which you can buy here. So if you follow me on Twitter prepare for a massive amount of spamming. Especially as the new series starts on Monday. It’s sort of like Our Island Story, Westeros version, but here’s the blurb: The HBO series Game of Thrones, based on the George R.R. Martin books, is one of the most popular television shows… Read on

Ebook on the history behind ‘Game of Thrones’

Only a week to go until the new series of Game of Thrones, and I have an ebook out this Thursday, called The Realm, which looks at the historical parallels between the world George RR Martin created and real history; it’s sort of a miniature Our Island Story, but with dragons. Okay, there aren’t really dragons.

A Century of Royalty

I have a coffee table book out about the royal family, published by Shire, who produce those nice picture books (and it’s written in the Shire style so dont expect my trademark warped bitterness and despair). I like the royals, and I like constitutional monarchy even more, and frankly if this doesn’t get me a knighthood I don’t know what will.

Audiobook of ‘The Silence of Our Friends’

Audible.com have bought the rights to turn The Silence of Our Friends into an audiobook. More details to come when I know of them.