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T.S.Flynn commented on Joe Gannon's blog post The Confederate Monument Issue: Is It Pride or Prejudice?
"A very informative article. I wonder how many monuments to Imperialism, in the form of statues of British Kings, Queens and generals survive in the Republic?"
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T.S.Flynn commented on Anthony Tierney's blog post Loughrea: ‘That Den of Infamy’
"Looking forward to reading this. My novel is dedicated to Michael Flynn, a Galway man, executed by the British for a murder he did not commit during the land wars."
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Susan Henderson replied to T.S.Flynn's discussion Richard Jones, an unknown hero
"You can search Trove Australian Newspapers free to view on line that is where I found reference to his death."
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T.S.Flynn replied to T.S.Flynn's discussion Richard Jones, an unknown hero
"Thanks Susan, I'd love to see a copy of the journal."
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The "True Story" of how a hundred blokes armed with carbines killed sixty thousand

I'm a historical novelist and I do my best to get the history right, until it gets in the way of a good story, I then declare the bits of history that I've changed or made up in the historical note at the end of the book. My job’s to entertain rather than educate but I’m not out to knowingly deceive anybody about the…See More
Nov 1, 2016
Susan Henderson replied to T.S.Flynn's discussion Richard Jones, an unknown hero
"To end the story of Richard Jones - he died at beginning of 1864 he had led a quiet life as a gardener and lived alone with his elderly aunt.  He is buried in Mulhuddart Cemetery Dublin according to the Freeman's Journal Sydney he was a…"
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Proof copy of paperback version of my novel "Part an Irishman" arrived today.

This book represents the first installment of a planned trilogy that encompasses the progression of transported felon, John Turner Flinn through the various stages of the Tasmanian penal system of the 1840’s and is based upon actual records and newspaper articles from the time. The second…See More
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Proof copy of paperback version of my novel "Part an Irishman" arrived today.

This book represents the first installment of a planned trilogy that encompasses the progression of transported felon, John Turner Flinn through the various stages of the Tasmanian penal system of the 1840’s and is based upon actual records and newspaper articles from the time. The second…See More
Sep 7, 2016

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The "True Story" of how a hundred blokes armed with carbines killed sixty thousand

Posted on November 1, 2016 at 12:00am 0 Comments

I'm a historical novelist and I do my best to get the history right, until it gets in the way of a good story, I then declare the bits of history that I've changed or made up in the historical note at the end of the book. My job’s to entertain rather than educate but I’m not out to knowingly deceive anybody about the…

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Proof copy of paperback version of my novel "Part an Irishman" arrived today.

Posted on September 7, 2016 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

This book represents the first installment of a planned trilogy that encompasses the progression of transported felon, John Turner Flinn through the various stages of the Tasmanian penal system of the 1840’s and is based upon…

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Free Download of Historical Novel This Easter Weekend

Posted on March 23, 2016 at 5:30pm 4 Comments

I have  arranged for my novel "Part an Irishman" to be available via a free download from Amazon over the Easter weekend. This is to say thanks for all of the marvelous support and good will that I have received from my friends.

In 1820, Lieutenant John Turner Flinn R.N stood in the…

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At 1:09pm on July 22, 2013, Ryan O'Rourke said…

Hi, Tim.

Just wanted to extend a bit of a belated welcome here to The Wild Geese.  Hope you've had the opportunity to look around the site to see what's on offer.  Of course, there is even more to come.  It's a great little burgeoning community with loads of interesting folks enjoying the discussion of all-things-Irish.

Hope to hear more about your own Irish connections here in the days ahead.

Thanks, Tim ... and welcome aboard!

~ Ryan

At 2:12pm on March 25, 2016, Michael H.J. Kane said…

Theo:

Anything like that  happen in Perth, or other cities. Where is the largest enclave of  IRISH IN AUSTRALIA? Up here New York and Boston get a lot of ink but Chicago and Philly (counties around) have the most.Irish.

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