Camel Wood

Camel Wood is an amalgam of many woods and woodlands and forests I’ve walked through. It is a large area of old woodland which exists only in my imagination but is so vivid and believable that it is easy to describe it when I write.

Those of you who have read my novel ‘The Stalking of Rosa Czekov’ will know what happens to both Rosa and to Tyche in Camel Wood and it is the setting for my reluctant readers’ story about Rufus Redmayne. My imaginary wood is also crucial in ‘Night Vision’; Beulah Cameron goes there for refuge when everything seems to be getting her down; I don’t want to give anything away, but what she finds there literally changes her life.

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