Tag Archives: Tom Fleck

Nowt to do

I’ve finished writing the sequel to ‘Tom Fleck’. It’s called ‘The Black Caravel,’ and I’m now waiting for Amazon to complete the combination of the paperback and eBook pages. But it’s there if you’d like it. Meanwhile – having nothing … 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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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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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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Green Linnet

I’m becoming master of electrons. My novel, ‘Tom Fleck’ has survived the Smashwords process and is now readable as a low cost eBook on all other reader devices (it’s been on Kindle since May). I’m now putting an anthology of … 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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Return to Northallerton

After 500 years Tom Fleck went back to Northallerton – in a sense. Well, we took some copies of his story to a new bookshop in that market town. On the way, there was another return journey – we called … Continue reading

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