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Stephanie Cowell

Stephanie Cowell is the author of Nicholas Cooke, The Physician of London, The Players: a novel of the young Shakespeare, Marrying Mozart and Claude & Camille: a novel of Monet.

She is a recipient of the American Book Award. Her work has been translated into nine languages.

Stephanie lives in New York City.

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Stephanie Cowell’s author website: www.stephaniecowell.com

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Historical Novels: Fact And Fiction, by Stephanie Cowell

“How long does it take to write a historical novel?” by Stephanie Cowell

Keep Writing: Advice For Aspiring Novelists, by Stephanie Cowell

Queens And Empresses In Historical Novels, by Stephanie Cowell

Finding Support From Other Writers, by Stephanie Cowell

How Much Publicity Does Your Novel Need? by Stephanie Cowell

Plot Development When Writing A Novel, by Stephanie Cowell

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

Research Books And Inspiration For Historical Novels, by Stephanie Cowell

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

My Daily Writing Habits, by Stephanie Cowell

Random Thoughts About Writing Historical Novels, by Stephanie Cowell

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  18. My Daily Writing Habits, by Stephanie Cowell | Writing Historical Novels
  19. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  20. Random Thoughts About Writing Historical Novels, by Stephanie Cowell | Writing Historical Novels

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