Tune in as book blogger Charlie Place and author Nicola Cornick (House of Shadows; The Phantom Tree; The Woman in the Lake) discuss burning down your place of work in fiction, every day objects of ill repute, and solving Tudor mysteries yet to be solved.
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00:48 Regency romance to time-slip novelist 01:50 House of Shadows research and creation process 06:29 What was it like burning down your place of work in fiction and what was the reaction? 12:38 Where is your interest in everyday objects from? 14:54 Why the obscure Mary Seymour? 18:27 Was The Woman in the Lake, with its flawed characters and abusive relationships, difficult to write? 21:49 Did smuggling really happen in Swindon? Do you think you might go back to the topic in a future book? 31:36 More about The Forgotten Sister
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