Saturday Historical Novelist Interview: Jean Gill

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jean smGill has already been on my blog as part of the Welsh Wednesdays Interview series. For those who missed it, here is the link. Jean, please remind us and tell us a little about yourself as writer and as person.

I’m a Welsh writer and photographer now living in Provence with a big white dog, a scruffy black one, a Nikon D750 and a man. Before 2003 I taught English in Wales and, at one stage, I was English Adviser for the 81 schools of Neath Port Talbot, a county without a single bookshop.

I’ve now written eighteen books in a wide variety of genres, from WW2 military history, through poetry and novels to a cookbook and dog-training translations (from French). My first book was traditionally published in 1988 but most of my books are now independently published; I am the publisher but I employ a professional editor (ex-Editor of…

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