Nancy Jardine talks about archaeological discoveries shaping her Celtic Fervour series of historical novels
Today I’m delighted to welcome back fellow Crooked Cat author Nancy Jardine, who’s here to talk about new discoveries that are informing the research for her Celtic Fervour series of historical novels (which, incidentally, you can snap up for 99p/c in the Crooked Cat sale, if you’re quick!)
Welcome back, Nancy!
Many thanks for inviting me back again to your blog, Tim. It’s always a pleasure to pop in!
Why do I love an exceedingly dry summer?
I love writing about a time that’s considered to be on the cusp of pre-history, yet I confess that it also comes with multiple frustrations. My Celtic Fervour Series is set in late first century northern Britannia and charts the trials and tribulations of my Garrigill clan of Late Iron Age warriors (Celts) during the campaign invasions of the Governors of Britannia from c. A.D. 71 to A.D. 84 – Cerialis; Frontinus and…
View original post 1,282 more words