Research for historic characters.

Here is something I think people might enjoy. If a character is linked to a place, even by implication, it is needful to know extensive details about the aforesaid place to get a greater understanding of the character. Now did Merlin have a hand in the construction of Stonehenge? He was an enchanter by repute. Just how long did he live and was he human or not? Legends begin with some element of truth.

Oh, and the picture is my personal property taken on a visit over the pond. As I said, I believe in extensive research.

2 thoughts on “Research for historic characters.

  1. Pingback: Research for historic characters. | cnlesley

  2. Ciara Darren

    To research or not to research. I say research just enough that you can’t stay away from writing and just enough your readers don’t come after you with pick axes! But not enough to keep yourself from writing!

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