Monthly Archives: March 2013

London was draughty.

Oh, but it was cold. Advertisements

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Pegasus Falling

[[ASIN:0956229913 Pegasus Falling: Cypress Branches trilogy: 1]] I was surprised and even startled by the scope of this story, by how it moved across the landscape and via Arnhem through the drama of Europe at the close of WW2 and … Continue reading

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Warmth after London

After a chilly little holiday in London – a fresh and charming review to come home to: From a reader in Virginia: Harry Nicholson is my new favorite author. I will be waiting his next book. Tom Fleck is truly … Continue reading

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Chotah Wallah

Today, a brief homage to a lost dog. Our paths crossed 23 years ago during a march across the Himalaya into Zanskar. The day before we reached the highest point, he crept nervously towards our party. He looked a beaten … Continue reading

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Last free day for Tom Fleck

This is an unusual historical novel. Set in 1513, the year of Flodden (recall the lament: Flowers of the Forest?). The Kindle version is free until the end of Tuesday 12 March. I’d like this story to be better known. … Continue reading

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Free ‘Tom Fleck’.

My historical novel, Tom Fleck, is free for Kindle until Tuesday. I’d like it to be better known – this year is the 500th anniversary of Flodden (remember the lament: Flowers of the Forest?). Please help yourselves – and post … Continue reading

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To the Birch Hall Inn

It was a rare, bright day; so off for a stroll. Track of George Stephenson’s original railway up the valley of the Murk Esk.. Then for a Black Sheep at the Birch Hall Inn. Into the bar to see the … Continue reading

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