Useful historical tips
During 2019, A Writer of History had the good fortune of securing many guest authors to discuss a range of topics related to historical fiction. Below are 8 tips that stand out for me.
Historical fiction, in its very essence, is a way of falling together in time—a story is set in the past, but it is being written from the present, so, for me, the process of writing such a story is in itself a synchronizing of different times.
Mary F. Burns, author of The Love for Three Oranges
In Keeping Historical Figures Real, Mary Sheeran discusses how to weave real historical figures into your novels. She says that:
“we can’t just report; all characters need to drive the story and have something of the writer in them.
A Surgeon’s Advice … on how to Write Books with Andrew Lam:
Writers must choose topics that matter…
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