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Kate Worsley, part 2

Kate Worsley

Kate Worsley speaks with Bethan Roberts about historical vernacular, learning about writing through sailing and how a novel became a trilogy. Kate Worsley speaks with Bethan Roberts about the rich vernacular in her historical novel She Rises, the origins of its intertwined structure, what learning to sail taught her about character and how her novel has grown into a trilogy.

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