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Tag Archives: writing historical fiction
Writing Historicals – How Accurate Must You Be?
Today’s guest is my writing ‘twin.’ I say that because we seem to do everything together; we got agents, sold, got our covers, and will release our debut novels, all within a month of each other! She’s an amazing author … Continue reading
Researching The Historical Novel – Part 2
by Sharla Rae – (Here’s a link to Part 1 in this series!) As we discussed in the last post, for the writer who enjoys history, researching is often the best part of writing a historical novel. The other day, we … Continue reading
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
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