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Month In Review (October 2013)

Writing Historical Novels has reached the end of its tenth 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, 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 October 2013

Losing The Plot When Writing A Novel by Ben Kane

Why I Have Not Yet Set A Novel Where I Live by Stephanie Cowell

On Procrastination As A Writer by Anthony Riches

Writing Dialogue In Historical Novels by Adrian Goldsworthy

Location Research In Morocco To Write A Novel (Part 2) by Jane Johnson

Historical Settings And Novel Writing by Emma Darwin

On Promoting Yourself And Your Books by Julian Stockwin

On Methods Of Travel In History (And Historical Fiction) by Anne Perry

My Favorite Historical Novels by DE Johnson

Mixing Real People And Imaginary Characters In Historical Novels by Michael White

Naming British Characters And Places In Historical Novels by Judith Cutler

On Writing A Historical Novel About Catherine The Great by Eva Stachniak

Life As A Novelist by William Dietrich

Writing Historical Romance Novels For Mills & Boon by Mary Nichols

Avoiding Anachronisms And Cliches In Historical Fiction by Gary Worthington

Writing Characters In Children’s Historical Novels by Kathleen Benner Duble

Why Read Historical Novels? by Paul Dowswell

Rudyard Kipling’s Novel ‘Kim’ by Timeri Murari

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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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