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Brian Kitchen

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I was born in Scotland, but have lived in Burton upon Trent, England for almost all of my life. I am married to Lynne and have a son, Mark. My father’s family originally came from Cornwall where they were Tin Miners, but moved to North Leicestershire in the 1840s to mine coal. My mother was Scottish and met my dad during the second world war. I was born in Scotland, but have lived in Burton upon Trent, England for almost all of my life. I am married to Lynne and have a son, Mark. My father’s family originally came from Cornwall where they were Tin Miners, but moved to North Leicestershire in the 1840s to mine coal. My mother was Scottish and met my dad during the second world war.

I’ve always had a passion for writing and started to write my
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Brian Kitchen I personally think that there are parallels between Britain and the world today and Britain in the late Roman period. For example issues such as…moreI personally think that there are parallels between Britain and the world today and Britain in the late Roman period. For example issues such as immigration, religious conflict, national identity, inequality between the rich and poor and a host more. A lot is still unknown about events in the late Roman period in Britain and so as a writer that gives me some licence, although as much as possible I try to keep events as historically accurate as I can. So yes, it does offer me more options, than limitations.(less)
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I'd just like to thank everyone who has read either of my two books and very special thanks also, to those who took the time to leave it a review. It is greatly appreciated. thank you to those of you who bought 'Divided Empire' and made it a best seller at Amazon.co.uk. I truly never thought I'd see the day when I was a best selling writer. I've had several requests for a third Flavius Vitulasi... Read more of this blog post »
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Brian Kitchen Jill wrote: "Great to meet you, Brian, and thank you for your friendship here on GRs."

Thank you for your friendship on goodreads too


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Brian Kitchen Jill wrote: "Great to meet you, Brian, and thank you for your friendship here on GRs."
Glad to meet you too Jill


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Jill Great to meet you, Brian, and thank you for your friendship here on GRs.


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