The Wages of Violence by Jeffrey K. Walker

I’ve had the privilege of reading Jeff Walker’s No Hero’s Welcome, the third in a trilogy featuring Irish men participating in WWI and beyond. It’s a superbly told story of an Irish family’s struggles during and after this dreadful war. Jeff’s brilliant characters reflect the intense emotions of this divided country.  ~~~ The Wages of… Continue reading The Wages of Violence by Jeffrey K. Walker

Finding Authentic Voices by Jeffrey Walker

Jeffrey K. Walker is an award-winning author who came to writing historical fiction from a unique background as a bomber navigator, criminal prosecutor, legal historian, and international attorney. He’s written two novels of his Sweet Wine of Youth trilogy, depicting the epic events and impact of the First World War. As many of you know, I have… Continue reading Finding Authentic Voices by Jeffrey Walker

Looking back on the theme of transported in time and place

For the last year or so, I’ve invited many authors to describe how they do the work of transporting readers in time and place. Today I’m looking back on  some of those posts. Elizabeth Hutchison Barnard on writing Temptation Rag – “A novel’s setting is not just something physical; it is intrinsically tied to the deeper… Continue reading Looking back on the theme of transported in time and place