A #DiscoveringDiamonds review!

My blog posts may seem rather few and far between of late (to you and me both – apologies!), but sometimes even I just have to down tools on other chores to share something with you.

And today that something is a fabulous review of Right Trusty and Well Beloved… from Discovering Diamonds – and indeed from DD’s founder Helen Hollick herself, no less.

Helen calls the book ‘an excellent and entertaining series of short stories  and poems … some are exciting, some amusing, some tragic and will make you cry…. I read much of my copy while waiting for an appointment. I was so absorbed I almost missed my name being called…’

Helen also gives a special mention for ‘Corners of my Mind’ by Richard Tearle, ‘the raw emotion in the story made me cry’.

The rest of this fantastic review can be read at:

https://discoveringdiamonds.blogspot.com/2020/02/a-discovering-diamonds-review-of-right.html

Copies of the book itself can be bought at: mybook.to/RightTrusty – or direct from me (see contact page)!

DD’s previous reviews of The Order of the White Boar and The King’s Man can be found here:

https://discoveringdiamonds.blogspot.com/2018/08/the-order-of-white-boar-alex-marchant.html

https://discoveringdiamonds.blogspot.com/2019/01/a-discovering-diamonds-review-of-kings.html

Thank you to Helen and her colleagues for the review! And Happy Mardi Gras (if that’s an appropriate greeting!)

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Alex Marchant is author of two books telling the story of the real King Richard III for children aged 10+, The Order of the White Boar and The King’s Man, and editor of Grant Me the Carving of My Name and Right Trusty and Well Beloved…, two anthologies of short fiction inspired by the king, sold in support of Scoliosis Association UK (SAUK). 

Alex’s books can be found on Amazon at:

myBook.to/WhiteBoar

mybook.to/TheKingsMan

mybook.to/GrantMetheCarving

mybook.to/RightTrusty

My Facebook author page 

My Twitter handle  and Matthew Wansford’s

About alexmarchantblog

A Ricardian since a teenager, and following stints as an archaeologist and in publishing, Alex now lives and works in King Richard’s own country, not far from his beloved York and Middleham
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