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CollectionsYour library (15)

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TagsThe Black Prince (1), Edward III (1), Hugh Calveley (1), Bertrand de Guesclin (1), Pedro the Cruel (1), John Hawkwood (1), thriller (1), drama (1), Castile (1), fiction (1) — see all tags

MediaBook (15), Paper Book (1), Ebook (14)

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About meI am 33 years old and until March 2012 worked in the Library and Archive at the Tate Gallery in London. Previous jobs included stints at The Royal Opera House and The School of Oriental and African Studies. I now work as a freelance author, proofreader and genealogist.

I have been writing fiction and non-fiction on a freelance basis for the past three years, and many of my non-fictional articles have appeared in various regional and national UK publications.

My fiction is inspired by my love of historical and science fiction and authors such as George McDonald Fraser, George R.R.Martin, and Rafael Sabatini.

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Homepagehttp://www.boltonandpilling.com/

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Real nameDavid Pilling

LocationWales, United Kingdom

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Account typepublic, free

URLs /profile/1272 (profile)
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Member sinceOct 30, 2012

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