My guest blog post for academic / illustrator Elizabeth Dulemba reveals some of the historical sources I used to write BLACK SNOW FALLING, and why, in rewriting this cultural narrative about women, I chose not to give my protagonist, Ruth, any super-powers, despite the fantasy element of the story.
Author L.J. MacWhirter explains the historical feminism and prejudice in her debut novel, Black Snow Falling.
3 Reasons Why. YA author L.J. MacWhirter explains why she set Black Snow Falling in the 16th century.
YA author L.J. MacWhirter discusses the writing process, inspiration and music in this Debut Dance Interview by Justin Davies.
Author L.J. MacWhirter is the guest blogger for The History Girls, introducing her debut YA novel, Black Snow Falling.
L.J. MacWhirter explains how a conversation when hiking through Glen Etive with Venture Scotland sparked the idea for Black Snow Falling, an Elizabethan fantasy for adults / Young Adults.
Author L.J. MacWhirter tells the story behind the book jacket design for Black Snow Falling, her debut novel for young adults and up.