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Eva Stachniak

Eva Stachniak is the Globe and Mail (Canada) and Der Spiegel (Germany) bestselling author of The Winter Palace, Garden of Venus (aka Dancing With Kings in the UK) and Necessary Lies.

Eva is from Wroclaw, Poland and now lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Eva Stachniak’s author website: www.evastachniak.com

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How I Write My Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak

Archival Research For Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak

What I Have Learnt From Hilary Mantel About Writing Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak

Using Historical Details In Context To Help Readers Understand The Past, by Eva Stachniak

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

Inspiration For My Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak

On St. Petersburg And Catherine The Great, by Eva Stachniak

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

On Women Of Nobility In 18th Century Russia, by Eva Stachniak

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

A Visit To A 19th Century Dentist In Paris, by Eva Stachniak

Using Catherine The Great’s Memoirs When Researching My Novel ‘The Winter Palace’, by Eva Stachniak

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  1. How I Write My Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  3. Archival Research For Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  5. What I Have Learnt From Hilary Mantel About Writing Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  6. Using Historical Details In Context To Help Readers Understand The Past, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  7. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  8. On Research To Write A Historical Novel: Memoirs, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  9. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  10. Inspiration For My Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  11. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  12. On St. Petersburg And Catherine The Great, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  13. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  14. Using Memoirs And Letters When Researching For A Historical Novel, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  15. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  16. On Women Of Nobility In 18th Century Russia, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  17. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  18. A Visit To A 19th Century Dentist In Paris, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  19. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  20. On Writing A Historical Novel About Catherine The Great, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  21. Using Catherine The Great’s Memoirs When Researching My Novel ‘The Winter Palace’, by Eva Stachniak | Writing Historical Novels
  22. Month In Review (December 2013) | Writing Historical Novels

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