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This is definitely the case in The Shouting in the Dark, and I have revised the script almost twenty beats. However, in both ways of writing, thought comes from writing. I have been writing non-fiction for over 25 years, and at first I thought there were two different types of workflows.
To think that this used to make me very weary! Is writing fiction going to make your non-fiction better or are they very different things? Yes, research informs my books, especially when I'm intrigued by a subject I'm investigating, but it's not always fiction. It shows how the collonial meeting in all its many ambivalences and complexities influenced all of the kingdom's relationships, even the hearts.
Which resources did you use for your research? Also the 1901 and 1911 Jewish census was very informative, which shows how surprising many Indians with last names were living in the port areas of Great Britain at that age.