Saturday 25 March
Tracey Warr at Parisot Library, 82160, France
Is historical fiction bodice-ripping escapism, taking liberties with historical facts, or a genre putting flesh on the skeleton of history, and engaging with contemporary society? In this event Tracey Warr will discuss a wide range of historical fiction writers from Mary Renault to Bernard Cornwell, from Ellis Peters to Sarah Dunant. She will be presenting short readings from her latest novel set in the 12th century and consider the research and inspirations for her own writing.
Followed by aperitifs at 12 noon
Tracey Warr is the author of three novels, published by Impress Books. Her stories are set in early medieval Europe. She also writes for Historical Novels Review magazine.
Part of the LibraryLit series of authors’ talks
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Have fun. Hope you get lots of friendly Parisot faces in your audience.
On my calendar!! See you there.
Congratulations. will you be signing copies in Oxford?
Not there at the moment, I’m afraid. I’ll let you know if I am in Oxford. Thank you.