Hannah Hulme Hunter
Newbie novelist, sometime midwife, lazy mountaineer, creative gardener. Writing first novel: a Great War romantic thriller of suffragettes and soldiers, the bravery of women, the duty imposed by men, and the pain of love.
Tag Archives: research
These summer months were supposed to be a time of editing and elaboration, fact-checking and polishing but with every book and blog I read I feel a growing sense of inadequacy and futility. Continue reading
The Prime Directive applies to writers of historical fiction as well as starship captains. We both have the power to change the face of history. Continue reading
My job is to tell a bloody good story set in a world that conveys “a sense of historical truth”. Continue reading
Characters should operate within the ethical framework of their day – even if this shocks readers. Continue reading
The challenges of portraying the “strangeness” of a different era. Continue reading