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William Dietrich

William Dietrich is the New York Times bestselling author of many historical adventure novels. Best known for his Ethan Gage historical adventure series, William’s novels range in setting from Louisiana to Washington state, Antarctica, the Australian outback, Berlin, Paris, the barbarian fringes of the Roman Empire, the sands of the Middle East, Tibet and the Caribbean.

William also writes non-fiction books, which have been used widely in university classes, and worked as a journalist, receiving a Pulitzer Prize for his work.

William lives in Washington state, in the US Northwest.

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William Dietrich’s author website: www.williamdietrich.com

www.facebook.com/pages/William-Dietrich/323599484317103

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Creating A Series Hero, by William Dietrich

Creating Convincing Characters For Historical Novels, by William Dietrich

Hooking Readers With The Opening Of Your Historical Novel, by William Dietrich

How Fictional Can Historical Novels Get? by William Dietrich

Moving Between Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing, by William Dietrich

Writing Personal, Evocative And Novel Historical Fiction, by William Dietrich

Details Of Daily Life In Historical Novels, by William Dietrich

Why Write Historical Novels? by William Dietrich

Choosing An Era In Which To Set A Historical Novel, by William Dietrich

Life As A Novelist, by William Dietrich

Researching To Write A Historical Novel, by William Dietrich

Traveling To Research For My Historical Novels, by William Dietrich

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  1. Creating A Series Hero, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  3. Creating Convincing Characters For Historical Novels, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  5. Hooking Readers With The Opening Of Your Historical Novel, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  6. How Fictional Can Historical Novels Get? by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  7. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  8. Moving Between Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  9. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  10. Writing Personal, Evocative And Novel Historical Fiction, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  11. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  12. Details Of Daily Life In Historical Novels, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  13. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  14. Why Write Historical Novels? by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  15. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  16. Choosing An Era In Which To Set A Historical Novel, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  17. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  18. Researching To Write A Historical Novel, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels
  19. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Historical Novels
  20. Traveling To Research For My Historical Novels, by William Dietrich | Writing Historical Novels

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