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Month In Review (May 2013)

Writing Historical Novels has reached the end of its fifth month of articles from this year’s diverse line-up of historical novelists from the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada, India and Morocco.

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Articles for May 2013

On Research To Write A Historical Novel: Memoirs by Eva Stachniak

Moving Between Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing by William Dietrich

Historical Novel Research: Personal Experience by Adrian Goldsworthy

Writing Authentic And Engaging Characters For Historical Novels by Emma Darwin

Writing A Great First Chapter For A Historical Novel by Ben Kane

Skills Needed To Be A Professional Novelist by Julian Stockwin

What Makes For Great Historical Fiction? by Anthony Riches

Finding Support From Other Writers by Stephanie Cowell

Historical Novels And Learning From The Past by Paul Dowswell

Giving Characters Realistic Emotions And Beliefs In Historical Novels by Anne Perry

On Writing Historical Novels Set In WW2 London by Mary Nichols

Setting Historical Novels In The Time Of My Childhood, by Lesley Kagen (guest article)

Writing Memorable Novel Characters by Douglas W Jacobson

Early 20th Century Detroit: ‘the Paris of the West’ by DE Johnson

On Medical Treatment In Regency Era Britain by Judith Cutler

Writing A Good Main Character For A Historical Novel by Gary Worthington

Interview With Historian Nathaniel Philbrick About His Book ‘Bunker Hill’ (extra)

Writing A Character With A Strong Motivation And Desire by Jane Kirkpatrick

Combining Research And Imagination When Writing My Novel ‘Taj’ by Timeri Murari

My Favourite Historical Novel by Michael White

How I Approach Setting In My Historical Novels by Kathleen Benner Duble

Influences On My Novel Writing by Jane Johnson


‘Month In Review’ Updates

For more articles on writing novels you can check out Writing Teen Novels and Writing Novels in Australia.


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