Edward is a Review Editor for Historical Novels Review. He lives in Cheltenham where he retired after a varied career, including being an official of the EU Commission in Brussels and advising several governments on the reform of their social welfare systems. He has published 3 non-fiction books and so far one historical novel, ‘Freedom’s Pilgrim’ published on Amazon Kindle(see my blog)
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I’ve at last won a crossword competition – the cryptic crossword in The Literary Review (I recommend it) and what better prize for a resident of Gloucestershire than the trilogy of Laurie Lee’s three great books, published by Penguin under the title ‘Red Sky at Sunrise’.
I’m proud to be a runner-up in the 2014 Graffiti short story competition, for an ‘historical’ story of up to 1000 words. Congratulations to the winner, Christine Griffin. As befits this centennial year my entry was set in the First World War. I had two uncles who served on the Western Front…
It’s here! Freedom’s Pilgrim is out on Amazon Kindle at £2.99 . And here is the blurb. There really was a 13 year old boy named Miles Philips who went away to sea in 1568 to join John Hawkins third slave trading voyage from Africa to the West Indies. The English…