Twice Removed Series 3 Episode 3
In an episode packed with writing tips, author Nathan Dylan Goodwin joins me to share his experiences as a genealogy crime fiction writer. Creator of the much loved forensic genealogist Morton Farrier, Nathan explains the inspiration behind his stories – from newsletters from the National Archives to the Golden Gate killer.
Nathan expertly weaves real research practices into his fast-paced novels and was an early adopter of DNA analysis. Find out how he creates realistic stories whilst maintaining reader’s interests.
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A Spotlight on Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Nathan, born in the historic battle town of Hastings, England, has always had a passion for writing. Having gained a 2:1 degree in Radio, Film and Television studies, he went on to gain a Masters degree in Creative Writing, from Canterbury Christ Church University. It was on this course that ‘Hiding the Past,’ the first book in the Forensic Genealogist series was born.
Nathan’s latest book, The Chester Creek Murders has been widely praised for being both an excellent novel and providing readers with a great education in DNA analysis.
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