Nathan Dylan Goodwin is a writer, genealogist and educator. Having been a genealogist since a young age and with a Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing, Nathan has been writing genealogical crime mystery books since 2014. He has spoken at several international genealogical events about his work, combining genealogy with writing.
Nathan Dylan Goodwin is a writer, genealogist and educator. Having completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio, Film and Television Studies, Nathan undertook a Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing at Canterbury Christ Church University. He has been agenealogist since a very young age and has written articles for local and national family history journals and magazines. He is a member of the Guild of One-Name Studies and the Society of Genealogists, as well as being a member of several local and regional genealogical societies.
Since 2014, after working as a primary school teacher for a number of years, Nathan has been working as a full-time author, predominantly writing the Forensic Genealogist series, featuring the esteemed main character, Morton Farrier, who tries to solve a past mystery using genealogical methodology. A member of the Society of Authors, Nathan has also completed a number of successful local history books about the Hastings area. He has spoken at several international genealogical events about his work, combining genealogy with writing. Other interests include reading, photography, running, skiing, travelling and of course, genealogy. He lives in Kent with his husband, son and dog.
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