Nuala Ellwood

Author

I am delighted to have signed a two-book deal with Penguin Viking for MY SISTER’S BONES and one more novel. This really is a childhood dream come true for me as Penguin Viking have published some of my favourite authors including John Banville, Colm Toibin and Pat Barker. I am also very lucky to have …

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I am thrilled to see the first prints of the Arts Council-funded booklet that documents the creative and research process of my novel, My Sister’s Bones. As well as extracts from the novel I have also included highlights from interviews I conducted with human rights organisations, foreign correspondents and psychologists in the course of my …

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This week I travelled to Herne Bay, the location of my novel, for a few days writing and research. It felt like stepping out of time as I checked into my seafront B & B and looked out onto a watery landscape that, for me, had so far only existed within the pages of my …

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‘When the history of journalism’s discovery of the importance of understanding trauma comes to be written, a place of honor will go to Dr Anthony Feinstein.’ DART Centre for Journalism and Trauma. Dr Anthony Feinstein is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and the author of Journalists Under Fire: The Psychological Hazards …

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Hello and welcome to the research blog for My Sister’s Bones. The novel will be published by Penguin Viking in Spring 2017.  The research into the novel was sponsored by Arts Council England. My Sister’s Bones tells the story of Kate Rafter, a troubled war reporter who has just been through a harrowing ordeal in …

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