Weaving Historical Fact into Fiction?

I'm sure, as with many historical fiction authors, the information we research is spun into threads and woven into our stories. Excerpt from Part Two of The Windmill January 1940, Colonel Taverner speaking to Major Blackthorn at the War Office, London: The Windmill, K Lewis Adair 2020 Colonel Taverner and Major Blackthorn will have further … Continue reading Weaving Historical Fact into Fiction?

Writing And Research Go Hand In Hand.

With The Windmill now sitting on my bookshelf, the busy work of producing the second book has begun. Abstract ideas, listed on the story board now need to be checked out and joined up. The surprising thing when writing a book, is just how much time you spend on research. Delving in to books, archives … Continue reading Writing And Research Go Hand In Hand.