A fascinating look at how author Margaret Porter researches her 20th C. historicals. Enjoy!
I’ve known Margaret Porterfor several years and have admired her writing as well as her kindness and support to other writers in the historical fiction community.
Not long ago, I had the pleasure of reading her latest novel The Limits of Limelight. Like Margaret’s earlier novel Beautiful Invention, the story of Hedy Lamarr, The Limits of Limelight transports the reader to the Golden Age of Hollywood, a world of glamour and glitter where the stars were beholden to their studio bosses and wannabe stars struggled to be discovered.
I asked Margaret several questions about her novels and her writing.
- What fascinates you about the golden age of Hollywood?
It’s my father’s fault. He was a massive fan of cinema, and never stopped watching the classic black and white movies of his youth. So I was very familiar with them as well, and all the great stars of…
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