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Tag Archives: Historical fiction
How Much Detail Is Enough For Your Story?
Here’s Shannon Donnelly with 12 tips to help you gather “just enough” details for your story! ************* There’s a dilemma that faces every writer of fiction—when is enough enough? When do you need more details to help the reader “see” … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft Tagged Historical fiction, researching your novel, Shannon Donnelly, Writers in the Storm, writing 40 Comments
What Makes a Good Book Cover?
We’re so excited here at WITS. The amazing teacher and writer, Shannon Donnelly, has agreed to be a monthly contributor! Read on – you’re going to be excited too! Here’s Shannon: The great thing about ebooks is you can keep … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Miscellaneous, Publishing With Amazon, Technology Fun Tagged belle epoch, book cover, cats cradle, cover art, Della Jacobs, designing covers, ebook, epublishing, fonts, georgian era, Historical fiction, hot damn designs, paths of desire, Regency romance, romance, romantic times, Shannon Donnelly 21 Comments
Using Real People and Events in Fiction – Michelle Diener
Our Sensational Summer Friday guest today is a true world traveler – she was born in London, was raised in KwaZula Natal, South Africa, and she now lives in Australia. Laura Drake knows Michelle Diener through her RWA-WF (Women’s Fiction) chapter, … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft Tagged Anne Boleyn, blogging, book give-away, guest blogging, Henry VIII, Historical fiction, In a Treacherous Court, Keeper of the King's Secrets, Laura Drake, Magical Musings, Marie Antoinette, Michelle Diener, Napoleon, Renaissance artist, Researching the Historical Novel, RWA-WF, Sensational Summer Fridays, Susanna Horenbout, Tudor England, Using real people in fiction, Writers in the Storm, writing, writing historical fiction, writing research 21 Comments