Author and educator, Cameron Nunn, discusses his new release Echo In The Memory, and the importance of research as a basis for authentic historical fiction.

How has your experience as an educator influenced your writing?

As an English teacher, I always write with my students in mind. I love talking to them about the books they’re reading and what interests them. At the same time, I want to stretch less developed ways of thinking about the power of literature. I therefore try and balance accommodating and challenging the things they are reading.

What is most challenging about switching between your role as a school principal and your creative work as a writer?