Sunday, 21 May 2017

Eastern Preseli

Occasionally Martha strays off her home patch and sets off eastwards towards the remoter end of Mynydd Preseli.  I've been over there a few times lately -- here are a few photos from my expeditions.

Monday, 15 May 2017

French investments in UK costume dramas?

Thanks to Deanna for the link -- interesting times.  I wonder of the French would like to invest in an Angel Mountain multi-part drama?

Pwll Arian

This is a gorgeous little valley running down to the sea at Pwll Arian, not far from Strumble Head.  Translated, that means "treasure pool" or some such thing.  A perfect place for a picnic.  There is of course a legend attached to the name -- apparently a treasure was found here following a shipwreck, which led to the enrichment of the young man who found it, following a great storm.  This may be a very old story, and it may date from the time of the Spanish Armada of 1588, when Spanish galleons were driven along the west coast of Great Britain and where many were shipwrecked during a particularly vicious spell of stormy weather.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Brian's Updated Bibliography

It's been several years since I updated my Bibliography.  Around 90 books published thus far during my writing career.  Some are rather substantial, and some are rather slim, but ironically some of the slimmest have involved the most work.......

The list can be found here: