I love the early 1920s to the kate 1930s It was a time of peace in our country. Other than the stock market crash and Prohibition, people had fun, new dances were created, and the country underwent fantastic changes in many areas of life, such as architecture, art and science. The clothes were the cat’s meow and the shoes, well, the shoes were to die for. Being a shoe hound, I love that!
I wrote one book that’s out now called REDEMPTION FOR THE DEVIL and it’s based in 1920. I have a manuscript out on submission called THE GAMBLER and it’s based in 1937. They were both fun to write and weave in history and culture to the plots.
I’ve been neglecting this little blog a bit. I’m sorry. Life has gotten away from me lately. Am in the throes of year end reporting for the day job and have had no energy for anything else. Shamed to say that I have not gotten back to my NaNo work since I hit the word count. I’m falling down on the job here! My characters have probably moved across the country in a land grab and I dont even know it. Ah. The 1920s, so much opportunity for trouble. Even in the midst of prohibition!
Leaving you with some eye candy for the time being- Yes. Liam From my NaNo book is Irish but here is a guy in a kilt for you (Still on the British Isles)