The literary life of EDWARD JAMES, author,reviewer, occasional poet and former pension adviser to the government of Kyrgyzstan
My latest page is not another piece of autobiography – it’s set in the 15th century!
It was inspired by a holiday I spent in Greenland looking for remains of the lost Viking colony, of which there are quite a lot. Greenland is a place you must visit once in a lifetime. Nor is the name a lie; the west coast is dazzlingly green, greener than Ireland, even if most of the island is covered in ice.
I wrote the story some time ago and it was was runner up in a competition organised by the National Association of Writers’ Groups. I was moved to post it on my blog to join in Helen Hollick’s ‘Nautical Blog Hop’, http://ofhistoryand kings.blogspot.com