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Judith Thomson
Author of Designs of a Gentleman, High Heatherton, The Orange Autumn & The Distant Hills. I love the 17th century, animals & my garden
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Alexander Clarkson 12h
Brexit and we burn the country
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Rob Keeley Jun 16
And has also added her : "Wonderful Audiobook full of history, fun and mystery!" Thanks again, Karen!
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Judith Thomson 2h
A new tormentor is poised to take over the muscular dystrophy dog lab at to continue cruel and painful experiments that have failed for nearly 40 years. Take action now! via
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David Lintonbon DO 12h
First draft is now with the printers at the University of Hertfordshire. Hopefully hot off the press soon.
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On again at 4.20 today talking about my Philip Devalle series.
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Ron Thomson Jun 17
One of the inhabitants of our garden hopped up while I was mowing the lawn then hopped back to the pond.
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Judith Thomson Jun 16
I think it is good that you wrote 'James' Journey', showing what life was like on a plantation. Researching it must have been very upsetting at times.
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Judith Thomson Jun 16
Not sure, it was 12 years ago and my holiday notes just said near Bridgetown. Went to the Sunbury House Plantation too and saw the contrasts between how owners and slaves lived. Quite an eye opener, and not in a good way.
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Historic England Jun 16
Happy 🎉 What's your favourite historic place in the county?
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Judith Thomson Jun 15
Moving indeed, Helen. Ashamed to think that my country was also involved in the slave trade. Went to a museum in Barbados that made me tearful.
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David Lintonbon DO Jun 7
“Water flows free & wild not aware of any boundaries or rules or traditions Not bothered about anything gone or left behind she eagerly rushes to new dimensions in her life knowing the best is yet to come Learn to be like the soul of water clean compassionate loving yet strong."
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Troubador Publishing Jun 15
Replying to @matadorbooks
Meg, Fern & Philippa are looking forward to meeting festival goers and book lovers! 📚✨
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Dave M Jun 15
I can't praise & thank the NHS enough, firstly for saving Mrs M a few years ago, and then me last year getting Sepsis & spending 191 days in 3 hospitals, the NHS angels, male, female, overseas ones, all bloody brilliant.
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Judith Thomson Jun 15
Replying to @_moky__ @matadorbooks
😀 Just done the broadcast and they've already asked me back next week! Bless them!
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Judith Thomson Jun 15
Replying to @_moky__ @matadorbooks
Thanks! I am getting quite used to this now. They are a really nice team on Chat & Spin and they keep inviting me back!
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Judith Thomson Jun 15
Thanks! I give them away to the nice people who buy my books at signings!
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Judith Thomson Jun 14
If you tune in to at 2.20 today you will hear me talking about my Philip Devalle books again.
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Helen's Author Page Jun 14
Looking for a sweet story about helping migrants no matter where they're from, like Outer Space? Look no further than 🏳️‍🌈👬👭👫🌈
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Financial Times Jun 6
"Anyone watching the contest to become British prime minister has to wonder about the cognitive skills of many Conservative candidates. Put simply: are these people stupid?"
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Animals1st Jun 13
Dog Meat Festival: Fury ahead of sick event where dogs are tortured ‘to make meat tastier’
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