The Clash of Historical Accuracy and Modern Sensitivities

“If we were to write books that dealt solely with historical accuracy, some books would never be written. There’s something to be said for modern sensitivities for it isn’t all about censorship. Modern sensitivities allow for the writer to explore the history while utilizing creative license to show that viewpoint, whatever it is, and show a modern, contrasting understanding of it.” » Read full blog post by Parker J. Cole @

Published by Author Heidi Gray McGill

Heidi and her husband of over thirty years live in South Carolina. Besides writing Christian fiction with relatable characters in life-changing stories, Heidi relishes time with family and friends. She enjoys scrapbooking, playing games, traveling, and building bridges with her grandsons that must fall with a loud crash and usually involve a monster truck.

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