To move forward with our life, we need to learn from the past.
Those that do not understand history are doomed to repeat it. History is imperative to remember. If we look back at history, we see patterns begin to form. If we don’t look at our history, we won’t fully understand our present or future.
I use history in my novels in two ways. Firstly, I use actual historical events that link to the present day events. Second, I use the character’s history to enable the reader to understand how the character ended up at the point they are at. Discussed in the first article in the series ‘Why I use flashbacks in my novels’.
InInitiated to Kill, history reveals a Freemason conspiracy linked to one of the most infamous serial killers in history – Jack the Ripper. The historical aspect explores the background of the possible identity ofJack the Ripper, and his audacious crimes. Delving into why the Freemasons…
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