I wrote a flash fiction story, and it went live yesterday over at Fiction Can Be Fun! I hope you’ll go check it out, along with two other cool stories posted with it. They’re all based on the writing prompt “uniform.”
I’m here today for the second in my series of interviews with the journalist, biographer, pundit and bon vivant, Jocelyn Humpheries. Today we’re focussing on her writing as a biographer and in particular some of the little snippets that didn’t make the final cut. Jocelyn: which of your biographical subjects was your favourite?
Oh! That is rather invidious – I do so detest those sorts of questions. I enjoyed writing all of them, even – perhaps especially! – the scathing ones. I do have a soft spot for the first one I wrote where the subject was, at the time, still living. He was such a dear! I don’t know if people say that about me now, but he would have been about the same age as I am now when I interviewed him.
That would be Colonel Hart-More?
Indeed. Although he didn’t really like to use his…
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