Posie Graeme-Evans is best known to Australians as the creator and producer of the hit series, McLeod’s Daughters.
However, when it comes to writing, Graeme-Evans has a penchant for historical rather than contemporary drama and in The Island House she has created both an archeological puzzle and a love story that spans centuries.
Here, she speaks to The Hoopla’s Books Editor, Meredith Jaffe.
MJ: What drew you to write about this period in Scottish history? Have you always been interested in archaeology, or was it the mythology that intrigued you?
PGE: Is there such a word as, Scotophile? If there is, that’s me. I adore ...