Saturday Historical Novelist Interview with Louise Turner

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Today I have the pleasure of introducing Historical Novelist Louise Turner. Welcome and thank you for participating. Please tell us a little about yourself as writer and as person. Author Resized

I was born in Glasgow in 1968, and I’m an archaeologist by profession: I currently work for a medium-sized commercial archaeology unit in the West of Scotland.  I started out as a prehistorian – my Ph.D. research was on the Later Bronze Age metalwork hoards of south-east England – but these days my work is much more eclectic, including all sorts of things including historic building surveys and industrial archaeology. That’s certainly not what I anticipated when I graduated from uni!

As a reader, and to some extent as a writer, I was always interested in science fiction. I wrote a lot of Star Wars fan-literature as relaxation during my student years, but I knew at the time that I was…

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