Jane Kirkpatrick is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 historical novels, as well as a number of non-fiction books.
Jane holds a graduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and is the recipient of the Pacific Northwest Writers Distinguished Writer Award, the Caldera Award, a two time-winner of the WILLA Literary Award and the winner of the Wrangler Award for the Best Novel of the West from the Western Heritage Museum.
Jane previously worked as a clinical social worker for 17 years and was a former mental health clinic director. She and her husband live in central Oregon state.
Jane Kirkpatrick’s author website: www.jkbooks.com
Historical Novels Versus Contemporary Novels: Some Lessons Learned, by Jane Kirkpatrick
How I Came To Write Historical Novels, by Jane Kirkpatrick
Writing Historical Novels Which Have Contemporary Relevance, by Jane Kirkpatrick
Three Questions I Ask When I Write A Novel, by Jane Kirkpatrick
Writing A Character With A Strong Motivation And Desire, by Jane Kirkpatrick
Mental Health And Historical Novels, by Jane Kirkpatrick
The Vexed Privilege Of Writing A Historical Novel, by Jane Kirkpatrick
Discovering While Researching To Write Historical Novels, by Jane Kirkpatrick
On The Use Of Politically Correct Terms In Historical Fiction, by Jane Kirkpatrick