Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tees Barrage and Tom Fleck

Yesterday I revisited the Cleveland (North Yorkshire, UK) landscape where my historical novel, ‘Tom Fleck’, opens. Readers will recall that Tom lives in a crumbling cow byre, on the edge of a marsh, close to the southern bank of the … Continue reading

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From my box of poems.

I wanted to post something today, but my writing arm is idle. So I’ll resort to a rummage among my poems. Here is a storm, still remembered: Lost Ship We saw nothing on the wind-glazed surface, nothing floating in the … Continue reading

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A response to ‘Tom Fleck’

This has just been received from Satyadaka: ‘ I finished reading ‘Tom Fleck’ last night. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I was reminded of the historical novels of Henry Treece which I read as a child. I found it very engaging … Continue reading

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