Previous Updates of
Thursday, December 23, 2004
I've done some tidying to my section on Tales of the Willows and fixed a few links there.
Tuesday, November 23, 2004
I've linked to De Boekenplank's list of Dutch translations of William Horwood's books in my section on Duncton Wood. I've also added a link to Diana Francocci's painted version of the cover of Duncton Wood.
I put up a note about the inclusion of Callanish in a Reader's Digest Condensed Books collection.
Sunday, October 24, 2004
Thursday, September 30, 2004
I've tidied the Frequently Asked Questions.
I've updated my section on The Boy With No Shoes and shifted it into the past tense.
I've added the paperbac edition of The Boy With No Shoes to the Book List.
Thursday, August 12, 2004
I did some tidying in to my section on The Stonor Eagles. I've added a link to the BBC's facts on the White-Tailed Sea Eagle. I've linked to the websites of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum, marking them as places mentioned in the book.
In the section on Skallagrigg I added a link to An extensive description of Skallagrigg from BBC Four Cinema, and a description from The British Film Institute. I've elaborated on my description of Framed: Interrogating Disability in the Media. I have also added a link to WorldCat which lists library copies worldwide.
Sunday, July 18, 2004
I've removed one or two defunct links from the section on Skallagrigg. I've added significantly more information about Framed: Interrogating Disability in the Media and its references to the BBC film of Skallagrigg.
A minor update to my section on The Boy With No Shoes. Amazon.co.uk now has a book description and synopsis. I've added a link to Booktrust.
Monday, June 21, 2004
I've done a little more tidying in the Duncton Trilogies section, and slimmed down some of the link descriptions.
Regarding Tales of the Willows, I removed the link to one review of The Willows in Winter, as CastleRainbow.net has disappeared, and added a link to a short review by Stephen Kane, posted on rec.arts.books.children.
Saturday, May 22, 2004
A bit of tidying to the Duncton Wood section, and I removed a few dead review links.
Similar tidying of Places of Moledom.
I've fixed a few links in the section on Callanish.
There's been no new information about The Boy With No Shoes.
Monday, March 29, 2004
Tidied the Book List, and made the names of various publishers into links to their websites. I added small cover images for Toad Triumphant.
A minor update to my page on The Boy With No Shoes. I've added a small image of the cover, as well as two quotations from TheBookseller.com.
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Added The Boy With No Shoes to the Book List.
I've updated the information on William Horwood and added a link to the Author details from Headline, the publishers of The Boy With No Shoes.
I've updated my page on The Boy With No Shoes. Amazon.co.uk now has the book listed, as does the website of the publisher.
Friday, February 20, 2004
I've linked to a lengthy review, in French, of Duncton Wood.
I corrected a few internal links within the Duncton Trilogies section. Thanks to Curtis for letting me know about that problem.
Added a link to an entry on the film based on Skallagrigg.
For The Wolves of Time, linked to a drawing by Silvie Liskova which could be a portrait of Klimt, Aragon and Elhana with three cubs. I corrected the link to The European Wolf Newsletter, and updated the description of the The Tatra Mountains Virtual Tourist link, which has added well over 100 photos since I last checked it.
Wednesday, February 04, 2004
William Horwood's new book is due to be published in September of this year. Titled The Boy With No Shoes, the book is "fictionalised biography", loosely based on the author's own youth in a fishing town in East Kent, England.
I updated the navigation table, and a number of icons (for the first time since 1999!) and some of the directory structure.
I put photos of Golden Eagles into the main page of links related to Callanish instead of a separate page.
I have made some changes to the section on The Wolves of Time, and put up my own copy of the 1995 article from Bookcase.