Sunday Feb 04, 2024

Sara Sheridan Delves into 'The Secrets of Blythswood Square'

Step into the world of literature with Sarah Sheridan, a brilliant author and a veteran photographer, as she takes an in-depth look into her latest book, 'The Secrets of Blythswood  Square'. Set against the backdrop of 1846 Glasgow, Sarah offers a fresh perspective on Victorian era in this episode of the Book and Life podcast.

Dive deep into the heart of Glasgow, a historic city known for its culture and resilience, and learn how it inspired Sarah's storytelling. In an exploration of themes such as religion and women roles, Sarah recounts the impacts of historical campaigns like Frederick Douglass' ‘Give Back the Money’ on her work.

Engage in a riveting discussion on the challenges and joys of the writing process, from understanding and maintaining a natural writing pace to the varied experiences of drafting and revising a creative piece. Navigate the complexities of character development with insights into how backstories and significant historical contexts play vital roles in crafting believable narratives.

Understand the demands of the competitive writing world as Sara shares her tactics to maintain focus on her projects while constantly producing fresh content. The episode touches on her remarkable journey as a dyslexic author, discussing her unique editing methods and her resolute spirit. It's an enriching conversation that reveals Sara's upcoming projects and her thoughts on the legacy writers leave behind.

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