Today I’m excited to chat with Annie Whitehead, whose fiction and non-fiction work on Anglo Saxon England is inspiring in its depth of research and compelling stories. I was fortunate enough to recently read an Advance Review Copy of her latest work, Women of Power in Anglo-Saxon England, and I was absolutely enthralled. Join us as we talk about the challenges of researching the dark ages, why The Mill on the Floss is so important to her, and what picture she keeps on her desk to inspire her writing.
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