Monthly Archives: January 2019

Another One Bites the Dust

I’ve finally completed and sent off the manuscript of my next history book, and I’m now working with the editor on ironing out the creases. This is the second time I’ve had Carol Trow as my editor for a Pen … Continue reading

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Matthew Flinders

I was rather moved to read yesterday that the grave of the explorer Matthew Flinders has been discovered during the railway construction work in London. He was related to Sir John Franklin, another explorer and one whose biography Deadly Winter … Continue reading

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Visit Kansas. Then again…

                Call me old fashioned, but a simple handshake would suffice in my opinion.

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