The Written Word in WWII in the Novels of Madeline Martin
Listen in as I chat with Madeline Martin, the New York Times bestselling author of novels set in World War II along with dozens of romance novels. Madeline joins me on the Art In Fiction Podcast to discuss her three novels listed in the Literature category on Art In Fiction: The Last Bookshop in London, The Librarian Spy and her newest novel, The Keeper of Hidden Books. Highlights include:Why Madeline chose books as her way into stories about World War II.Why The Keeper of Hidden Books is set in Warsaw.The role Poland and the Polish Resistance played in WWII.The theme of The Keeper of Hidden Books.Two short readings from The Keeper of Hidden Books.Book banning in WWII Poland and contemporary United States--parallels?The Librarian Spy and its setting in Lisbon and Lyon.Fado in Lisbon.The Blitz and The Last Bookshop in London.Research about London during the Blitz from memoirs contained in the Mass Observation published in the 1930s and 1940s in England.Differences between historical fiction and historical romance.Advice about research methods.Madeline's next novel.What Madeline is currently reading Press Play now & be sure to check out The Keeper of Hidden Books, The Librarian Spy and The Last Bookshop in London on Art In Fiction.Madeline Martin's WebsiteMusic CreditPaganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg SimpsonWould you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you!Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more.This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched!Start for FREEPro Writing AidProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package. Click to get 20% off.Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfictionAlso, check out the Art In Fiction website at www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other. Thank you!