Hannah Hulme Hunter
Writer of literary historical fiction set in the Great War (First World War). Revising my first book, writing the next, seeking representation. Mountaineer, gardener, traveller, off-road runner. Africa, modern history, coffee, roses, and unrealistic romance. NHS midwife in a former life.
Category Archives: The Writing Process
View this post on Instagram The Lie by Helen Dunmore (2014) is up there on my list of Top 20 #WW1 books (and that is not a place easily gained). Accolades abound elsewhere so I won’t reiterate; suffice to say … Continue reading
View this post on Instagram #100daysofwriting Days 46-54. I must confess, I found the Amnesty centenary hopelessly distracting and wrote nothing for three of these days (either side of the #WeepingPoppies @imperialwarmuseums) but I did a lot of thinking. Back … Continue reading
View this post on Instagram This is one of my Desert Island Books! Every time I read Mrs Dalloway (Virginia Woolf, 1925) I gain some new nugget of understanding, spark of inspiration, fresh writerly knowledge. This most recent reading was … Continue reading
View this post on Instagram #100daysofwriting Days 19-27 Out-and-about a lot; days in London (British Library and IWM researching) and a weekend in the Lake District braving Storm Callum with early morning writing in the corner of the Youth Hostel … Continue reading
View this post on Instagram Top left to bottom right: Days 10-18 of #100daysofwriting Several away-days in this block: The British Library, IWM North (Sherriff’s MS of Journey’s End), and a weekend in Derbyshire. #amwriting #writingcommunity💯✍🏻 The four lines on … Continue reading