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Historical fiction author, Christy English, has written two successful novels about the Plantagenet era. Her latest work is Love on a Midsummer Night, set in Regency times. I’m delighted to be on her blog today with a Q & A about Unravelled – the inspiration for the story and my research and writing process.
Here’s the opening:
Thanks for joining me today, Mary. I have to ask, when did you begin writing Unravelled?
In 2004 my husband and I went to live in Hong Kong. After a few months of excitement, the reality of living so far away from home struck hard. I was lonely, my husband travelled almost every week, I missed my children, family and friends. With no job and oodles of time on my hands, I decided to write a story based loosely on the lives of my grandparents …