Lewes’ wolf is allowed out at night again.

I need to keep reminding myself that I live in a very attractive English town. I’d been pretty house-bound until recently with a lung condition which is, hopefully, now on the mend and I’ve been trying to get back to full fitness by taking exercise again. I’ve start my martial art practise, began to do a few weights and gone on walks around town. Mostly it has been in delightful Spring sunshine when the town, Lewes, looks, well, perfect. It is pretty good at night too, I noticed when I went to a party last night.

Lewes’ medieval remains look particularly evocative at night. This is the 14th Century Barbican gate.

 Wandering round in the dark, I remembered how much I liked night-walking and why I’ve always thought Lewes was a good place for a wolf.


 I’m going to be appearing with three of my fellow Ward Wood writers in Greenwich,  London on 30th April.  Come along if you can – it would be good to see you.

My novel, Stephen Dearsley’s Summer Of Love, was published  on 31 October 2013. It is the story of a young fogey living in Brighton in 1967 who has a lot to learn when the flowering hippie counter culture changes him and the world around him.

It is now available as a paperback or on Kindle (go to your region’s Amazon site for Kindle orders)

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