This series is set in late 17th-century New York and, through the eyes of a young, Irish fur trader, Sean O’Cathail, explores the turmoil between the Dutch fur traders, their Iroquois allies and their French and Indian adversaries. Primitive Passions, Book 1 of the saga, was released in Spring 2015. Book 2, Savage Wilderness, is available from 27th September 2016 from W & B Publishers
I was fortunate enough to be able to chat with John Cahill at HNS16, though by chat, I mainly mean 'burble incomprehensibly to a charming and exceptionally patient gentleman'...
Fortunately it did not put him off answering any off my questions ...
(I am sorry I giggled at that, John. There is no happy medium with Marmite, it is an all or nothing thing! There are 'some' good things about England though!!)
I spent my entire career in and retired from my dream job. I was one of those really lucky people who finds the perfect job and stays with it. For 34 years, I did public health education and social marketing for New York State government. I had a blast using public relations and advertising tools (ads, jingles, cartoons, comic books, computer games) to reach people with important health messages.
(What fun that sounds. I can tell how passionate you are about it from your response.)
If you could get hold of any original source document, what would it be?
Have you ever totally hated or fallen in love with one of your characters?