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Month In Review (June 2013)

Writing Historical Novels has reached the end of its sixth 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 June 2013

Using Historical Research To Support A Good Story by Adrian Goldsworthy

Characters And Novel Writing by Julian Stockwin

Inspiration For My Historical Novels by Eva Stachniak

Being A Historical Novelist In The UK by Ben Kane

Writing Personal, Evocative And Novel Historical Fiction by William Dietrich

Writing Characters-In-Action by Emma Darwin

My Writing Place by Anthony Riches

Clothes In Historical Novels by Anne Perry

Setting In Historical Novels by DE Johnson

How Much Publicity Does Your Novel Need? by Stephanie Cowell

Writing And Selling Historical Novels by Mary Nichols

Using Real People In Historical Novels by Judith Cutler

Mental Health And Historical Novels by Jane Kirkpatrick

On Setting My Novels In Renaissance Italy by Michael White

My 3 Favourite Historical Novels by Jane Johnson

Using A Checklist To Help Create A Character by Gary Worthington

Choosing Character Names For Historical Novels by Paul Dowswell

Telling The Story Of Mumtaj Mahal and Shah Jahan by Timeri Murari

Accuracy In Historical Novels by Kathleen Benner Duble


‘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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