Some articles that may be of interest
My latest research is a study of Richard Duke of Gloucester's dual role of Lord Protector and High Constable of England, April to June 1483, which I have now (self-)published as my latest book. I hope soon to get back to writing about some of the interesting things I have encountered along the way.
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Here are some links to articles of mine, published and unpublished.
The Questionable Legend of Henry Wyatt (2012, published) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o0iV5ts6fDT2fpnev0S_mVsCCIn07sAUo_aND3y9WFo/edit
Henry IV's Claim to the Throne (2014, unpublished)https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TK9CmllKrdXiMRlRqAT8FJ9bHt-uITYs5-Kl-3epPmQ/edit
Dafydd Llwyd's Poem (2008, my letter published in the Ricardian Bulletin responding to Dr Andrew Breeze's translation of Dafydd Llwyd's Welsh poem instigated by Henry Tudor about the latter's victory at Bosworth) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Lni5vjhL53DhCyJCazplCa7syd8hkmCya1zYUDHRL_8/edit#
A Fresh Look at Sources http://www.richardiii-nsw.org.au/about/a-fresh-look-at-sources/
How Richard III was Outmanoeuvred by Henry Tudor http://www.richardiii-nsw.org.au/about/how-richard-iii-was-outmanoeuvred-by-henry-tudor/
The Summer of 1483: Who was doing what, where, with whom and why http://www.richardiii-nsw.org.au/about/the-summer-of-1483-who-was-doing-what-where-with-whom-and-why/
The Case of the Duchess's Missing Robes (published 2013, inspired by followers of Philippa Gregory) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dAhBU1li5kdmMDzO0ZL7NoRYU0AeBwmJj4xZOy9QpNI/edit
Notes towards the defnition of a tyrant (2013, on Christopher Skidmore's Bosworth and the Birth of the Tudors) http://tinyurl.com/p59mj2s
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Now for some links to online articles ...
Here's an interview I did for an Australian website, which touches on several of the topics I'm currently researching: http://nerdalicious.com.au/history/the-maligned-king-the-reign-of-king-richard-iii-with-annette-carson/
Another article of mine on the Nerdalicious website, 24 June 2014, which introduces a roundtable discussion on the possible survival of the sons of Edward IV: http://nerdalicious.com.au/history/did-the-princes-survive-richard-iii-and-the-princes-in-the-tower/