The Martyrdoms at Clifford’s Tower 1190 and 1537was launched at The Bar Convent on Wed March 14th at 7.30 pm, on the eve of the annual Clifford’s Tower Commemoration. The event was supported by the Lord Mayor of York, the CEO of the Liberal Jews in the UK and a representative of the Catholic Bishop of Middlesbrough.
Neal Hardin, a lifelong resident of Hull, introduced his novel, The Go-to Guy, at Hull’s Kardomah94. Neal was well supported as friends and colleagues read portions of the novel, each imparting their own characterisations to the work.
This amazing man is still creating brilliant new poetry. A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever is the musings of a brilliant poet and humanitarian at the end of his life. It is Don’s last gift, filled with snippets of the wonderful, the strange, the heartbreaking parts of being human. Buy it now from our bookshop. All royalties go to the St. Leonard’s Hospice.