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Month In Review (August 2013)

Writing Historical Novels has reached the end of its eighth 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.

Writing Historical Novels contributors Ben Kane, Emma Darwin, Anthony Riches and Paul Dowswell are each attached to two novel writing retreats in 2014 with Novel Writing Retreats Australia.

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Articles for August 2013

Embodying The Past And The Present In Historical Novels by Emma Darwin

Writing Characters In Historical Novels by Adrian Goldsworthy

Connecting With The Past When Writing A Historical Novel by Stephanie Cowell

Developing An Idea For A Novel by Mary Nichols

Forming A Historical Mind-Set For Writing A Historical Novel by Julian Stockwin

Science And Technology In Historical Novels by Anne Perry

Writing My Novel ‘Spartacus: Rebellion’ by Ben Kane

Why Write Historical Novels? by William Dietrich

On My Love Of Fountain Pens by Anthony Riches

Using Memoirs And Letters When Researching For A Historical Novel by Eva Stachniak

The Second World War In Historical Novels by Paul Dowswell

Blending History And Fiction In Historical Novels by DE Johnson

Discovering While Researching To Write Historical Novels by Jane Kirkpatrick

Developing Original Plots From Historical Events by Gary Worthington

Writing The First Chapter Of A Historical Novel by Michael White

Titles For Aristocratic Characters In Novels by Judith Cutler

On My Relation To Indian History by Timeri Murari

Location Research In Morocco To Write A Novel by Jane Johnson

Researching To Write Historical Novels by Kathleen Benner Duble

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‘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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