The Story Just Flowed From There

T N Traynor Author Interview

The Fisherman’s Wife follows a woman married to an abusive husband that saves a drowning pirate, they then set off on an adventure to gain their freedom from oppressors and find treasure. What was the inspiration for the setup to your story?

The story just came to me. I had a vision of a woman wanting to escape her life, and then I set it in a place near to where I grew up, the story just flowed from there when I discovered Bigsbury-on-Sea has a pirate history.

What was your approach to writing the interactions between characters?

I picture my characters in my mind and the interactions just flow.

What research did you do for this novel to get the history part of the novel right?

Tons of research. I spent several months researching pirates and also the area of Bigbury-on-Sea. I needed to look up many things to ensure I was historically factual, from buildings to clothes to customs, everything. It was a lot of hard work.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

I have several books on the go. I think the most likely to be complete first will be: Whispers of Love, which is a contemporary love story. Emily takes a job in the country to be a companion to an old lady called Camilla. Camilla’s two sons both end up falling in love with Emily, but Emily is caught up in the family’s past and trying to find out why there is no love between them all. I would like to hope that it will be released before Christmas this year.

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‘A diverting historical drama packed full of memorable and often charismatic characters. There’s so much to enjoy here including complex characters, strong chemistry – and plenty of adventure! The author´s historical knowledge and her ability to effortlessly slip it into the plot is a bonus too. All in all, this is a satisfying read.’ A Wishing Shelf Review.

1727. A wife with an oppressive husband. A pirate trapped by circumstance. Together they must face their fears and make a break for freedom.
When Connie’s parents died, rather than become homeless she accepted a proposal from a fisherman known for his temper. After seven years of marriage and still childless, she is labeled cursed. Her drunken husband brutally punishes her for her failings and Connie retreats into a world of her own.

Seeking his fortune, Eddie finds himself becoming an unwilling pirate. With no way out of Captain Hawkins’ clutches, he concentrates on amassing funds to one day buy his freedom. A harsh life takes its toll on a gentle spirit, and he begins to lose himself in the bloodthirsty life of a pirate.
A violent tempest throws hope into both their lives when Eddie is shipwrecked in the fishing bay of Bigbury-on-Sea and ends up on Connie’s beach. Will the two of them take their chance at happiness, and if they do, can they outrun the men who want them dead?

A thrilling historical romance novel, The Fisherman’s Wifeis a gripping atmospheric love story!
The Fisherman’s Wife: is a captivating historical romance novel that will also give readers pirate treasure hunting and a thrilling escape adventure. Literary Titan

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