Category Archives: Flodden

500 years ago this morning

Re-enactment Image, from iFlodden. 500 years ago, right now as I sit with an Earl Grey a few miles from Twyzell Bridge, Tom Fleck crossed this bridge in the rain. The bridge was just two years old in 1513. The … Continue reading

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Tom Fleck – a new review.

Tom Fleck on Amazon I’m delighted with a new 5 star review that appeared today. It was unsolicited and from Rebecca Jones. Rebecca writes for the new arts and writing on-line magazine, ‘What The Dickens’ http://www.wtd-magazine.com/ A Human and Credible … Continue reading

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The Eildon Tree

The Eildon Tree, an arts magazine of the Scottish Borders, has published a review of my novel, ‘Tom Fleck’. I’m thrilled and quite overcome. Here it is: ‘TOM FLECK’ A NOVEL OF CLEVELAND AND FLODDEN Harry Nicholson Historical Novel 2011 … Continue reading

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A new reader, a new review.

Visitors on the shore at Sandsend, Whitby. Ring Plovers? And then, also today, a new reader! By C. Kirby (England) – See all my reviews (REAL NAME) This review is from: Tom Fleck (Paperback) I found Tom Fleck to be … Continue reading

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Why Tom Fleck?

Tom Fleckā€™s declaration of love: ‘You are the first gleam of dawn that swells the green linnet’s breast, and throbs his heart with joy. You are the sun at Noon, that golds the barley, and pulls the bee to the … Continue reading

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