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Writing Historical Fiction, or “Holy Cow, This is Harder Than it Looks!”

So you’ve decided to write a historical fiction novel. You enjoy writing, and you adore history, so combining your two loves is a natural step. But before you take that leap into the past, there are a few things you might want to think about… What are you bringing to the table? As most historical … Continue reading Writing Historical Fiction, or “Holy Cow, This is Harder Than it Looks!”

The Routines and Research of a 10-Minute Novelist by Guest Blogger Carre Gardner

Today was a writing day. Not every day is, I’ll confess. I know this is bad writerly practice. All the best authors say you ought to, must sit down at the same time every morning, and not get up until you’ve produced 500, 1,000, 1,500 words. I would so love to have that kind of … Continue reading The Routines and Research of a 10-Minute Novelist by Guest Blogger Carre Gardner