Characters in Motion with David Cook

Posted: May 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

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David Cook II’d like to welcome back David Cook to talk with me about the characters in his stories. David has been interested in history since his school days, and developed a love for the Napoleonic Wars era from his father, who painted and amassed a lead model army of the Battle of Waterloo. From there David became fascinated with The American Civil War, The English Civil Wars and English medieval history, particularly the legend of Robin Hood. David is writing a novel entitled The Wolfshead, a story of Robin Hood, but based on the original medieval ballads as the source.

David, what are the common movements your characters make?

“England expects that every man will do his duty” Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson signalled from HMS Victory when the sea battle of Trafalgar was about to commence and I think it’s entirely relevant to this question. My protagonists are always beset (in…

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