Talking about ‘The Wolf of Dalriada’!

Yesterday, I gave a talk to U3A Neston on ‘The Wolf of Dalriada’. The theme was the transition from journalism (creative non-fiction) to historical novels. Vastly amused by tales of my years exploring occupational health, the group were then pleased to explore the realities of publishing today. Wide-ranging questions and good fun!

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About Elizabeth Gates

When I was four, I wrote my first story - mainly because no-one else had written the story I wanted to read. Later, with two degrees in English Language & Literature and Linguistics, I toured Europe as a creative writing tutor and then went on to work as a public health journalist for twenty-five years. Writing has always played a huge part in my life, coupled with history and travel. So my debut novel, The Wolf of Dalriada, seems a natural part of my progression through life. And when not writing, l like to spend time with my family and friends and the livestock that delights in trailing after me.