Wherein I endeavour to share writerly advice lightened with humour, pictures and a dollop of 1930s-1940s history.
Elspeth - A truly monumental day.... So frightening, I'm sure, for those who were there. I get chills just from the reports of the day...
Can you imagine the family sat round the radio listening to this? The fear that must have gone through those that were old enough to understand must have been awful.
Margot; There was a time a few years ago, when a radio station replayed this broadcast. It was eerie (to say the least) to actually hear it coming out of my radio.Sarah; Indeed. Remember too, that for many listening this was the second war in their lifetime. That's a recurring theme for several characters in my book. And THANKS, Sarah! (you know why!)
Especially significant, since my mother's family had recently left Danzig for the US. Otherwise, I might not be here.Terry Terry's PlaceRomance with a Twist--of Mystery
Terry; I'm glad her family got out in time. They were luckier than most.
You're very welcome :-)
Please leave a comment as I love to hear from you!