Author Archives: Keith Melton - Green Lib Dem

About Keith Melton - Green Lib Dem

Retired English liberal environmentalist living in Nottinghamshire; spent six years in Brazil. Author of Historical Novel - Captain Cobbler: the Lincolnshire Uprising 1536. Active member of the Green Liberal Democrats - (pressure group in Liberal Democrats) - was Founding Chair of GLD in 1988

Historical novels in the Library?

This post is directed specifically at the Historians, Librarians and Archivists group and The Writer’s Group on LinkedIn to ask a question of expert group members. My novel was published on 1st October this year and although it is a … Continue reading

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Christmas music

Captain Cobbler would like to share a little Christmas Music with readers and potential readers which was linked to him by a modern cousin living in Vancouver Canada – it is sung by the Capilano University Choir – Enjoy!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Almf_xlDm7A&feature=youtu.be

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Extracts from the novel

If you are visiting the website and wish to read a couple of brief excerpts from the novel – you can either click on “Falling from Grace”, under ‘Categories’  at the side or “Christmas 1535” on the picture above – … Continue reading

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History for foodies – Happy Christmas

Just a very quick blog to redirect FOODIES to a delicious blog… Enjoy   http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.com.br/

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Christmas Advertising campaign

In order to try and boost sales I am doing an advertising campaign in Lincolnshire in the first instance, in the Lincolnshire Echo and Target Series, the Louth Leader and related papers and the Newark Advertiser and related papers. There … Continue reading

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Radio Interview Sep 2013

If I can get the technology to work this post should contain a radio interview I made on 23rd September 2013when I went to England to launch my novel. Since I have yet to master the audio technology just to … Continue reading

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Lincolnshire Day – 1st October 2013

The following press release was circulated this evening, relating to Lincolnshire Day, tomorrow, 1st October 2013, which recognises the start of the Lincolnshire Uprising 477 years ago. It is no coincidence at all that this day will be the launch … Continue reading

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