Hannah Hulme Hunter
Author, sometime midwife, timid mountaineer, fair weather gardener, off-road runner, unrealistic romantic. Refining my first novel - a Great War epic of suffragettes and soldiers - and writing the next.
Tag Archives: history
The one thing I think I feared was that Journey’s End would be given the Blackadder treatment. Continue reading
Captain Charlie May is one of the kindest, funniest, most thoroughly decent men I have ever met, on or off the page. Continue reading
I visited Chygurno in May 2015. It’s a privately-owned garden – no tea shop, no toilets – just an honesty box in the porch and a homemade information board. I paid my money, read the history and wandered alone along … Continue reading
I’ve had this quote on a virtual sticky note on my MacBook for several months and I want to tidy it away. It’s taken from a piece in the London Review of Books several years back on Pat Barker’s Regeneration trilogy … Continue reading
Unrequited love and political intrigue; resources which inspire or inform my writing. Continue reading