Researching A Woman’s War

In book two, of The Oaklands Manor Trilogy, aristocrat Evie Creswell makes the decision to leave Oaklands, and to go off and ‘do her bit’ for the war, never dreaming what truly lies ahead for her and countless others.

Today I’m guesting on Josie Barton‘s blog, which has a WW1 Remembered feature on Sundays. Here you’ll find a few words on how I researched the working woman’s life during The Great War, and what it taught me. Plus a reading list for anyone interested.

http://jaffareadstoo.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/sunday-ww1-remembered.html

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