This weekend author of Effie Gray, Linda Randell, presented her book at one of Clare Cottage’s Author’s Evenings. Advertisements
We were very sorry to learn of the sudden death of one of our authors, Alan Eltron Barrell, who wrote Kit Cope Rides The High Country. We send our condolences to his family and friends.
As part of our Diamond Jubilee series of your memories of Queen Elizabeth II we are looking at your recollections of meeting or seeing the Queen in her role as head of the Commonwealth. As well as being head of state for the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II is head of state for 15 Commonwealth […]
Having reviewed Ceri Norman’s first book Celtic Maidens for the winter 2010 edition of the Indie Shaman Magazine I was looking forward to reading her latest book, Serpent’s Mound. Celtic Maidens was an excellent first book which inspired me to visit the wonderful landscape of the Preseli Mountains. Serpent’s Mound demonstrates how Ceri has polished […]
When Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands on April 2 1982, I was serving a five-year short service commission in Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS) as an operating theatre sister. The invasion sparked a 74-day war between Argentina and the UK, resulting in the deaths of almost 1,000 British and Argentine service personnel and […]
Author William Smith took his book ‘Birth of theBlack Panthers” to Duxford Richard Cartridge from BBC Radio Solent interview with William (Bill) Smith about the “Birth of the Black Panther” on Sunday 23.09.12 BUY BOOK HERE
On Friday May 4th 2012 P&O Cruises MV Aurora was the host location in Southampton for the Fourth Hospital Ship Uganda Reunion for the thirtieth anniversary of The Falklands War fought between Britain and Argentina in 1982. Approximately 100 personnel (accompanied by spouses/partners etc) who served on board the hospital ship at that time marked […]