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Emma Darwin

Emma Darwin is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Mathematics of Love and A Secret Alchemy (both published by Headline/Hachette in the UK and also published in the US).

Emma holds a Master of Philosophy in Writing and a PhD in Creative Writing, and teaches Creative Writing with the Open University in the UK.

Emma is also the great-great-granddaughter of Charles Darwin.

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Emma Darwin’s author website: www.emmadarwin.com

Emma Darwin’s Creative Writing blog: www.emmadarwin.typepad.com/thisitchofwriting

www.twitter.com/emma_darwin

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Writing Historical Fiction: A Beginner’s Guide, by Emma Darwin

Writing ‘A Secret Alchemy’: Between And Beyond Historical Facts, by Emma Darwin

My Influences As A Historical Novelist, by Emma Darwin

Writing Historical Novels With A Sense Of Time And Place, by Emma Darwin

Writing Authentic And Engaging Characters For Historical Novels, by Emma Darwin

Writing Characters-In-Action, by Emma Darwin

Writing My Novel ‘A Secret Alchemy’, by Emma Darwin

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

Photographs, Ghosts And The Past In ‘The Mathematics Of Love’, by Emma Darwin

Historical Settings And Novel Writing, by Emma Darwin

Using A Drama Degree As Preparation To Write Historical Novels, by Emma Darwin

On Form And Medium For Creative Works, by Emma Darwin

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  1. Writing Historical Fiction: A Beginner’s Guide, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  3. Writing ‘A Secret Alchemy’: Between And Beyond Historical Facts, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  5. My Influences As A Historical Novelist, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  6. Writing Historical Novels With A Sense Of Time And Place, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  7. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  8. Writing Authentic And Engaging Characters For Historical Novels, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  9. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  10. Writing Characters-In-Action, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  11. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  12. How Emma Darwin scratches “this itch of writing” * | In a Room of My Own
  13. Writing My Novel ‘A Secret Alchemy’, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  14. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  15. Embodying The Past And The Present In Historical Novels, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  16. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  17. Photographs, Ghosts And The Past In ‘The Mathematics Of Love’, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  18. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  19. Historical Settings And Novel Writing, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels
  20. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  21. On Form And Medium For Creative Works, by Emma Darwin | Writing Historical Novels

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