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Writing Historical Fiction: A Guide

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This simple guide aims to help the novice author who wants to write historical fiction make a start. Historical fiction is a very demanding genre to try and write, perhaps more so than any other. A writer has to try and recreate a world that has gone and do so convincingly. There are a great many things for the writer to consider – which form of narration to use, how to ma This simple guide aims to help the novice author who wants to write historical fiction make a start. Historical fiction is a very demanding genre to try and write, perhaps more so than any other. A writer has to try and recreate a world that has gone and do so convincingly. There are a great many things for the writer to consider – which form of narration to use, how to make the dialogue sound authentic, how to conduct research and how to stop a novel reading like a history textbook. Writing Historical Fiction: A Guide is an introduction to getting started writing historical fiction. It is intended for the novice author who is just beginning their creative writing journey and is unsure how to begin writing historical fiction. Included in this guide are links to the websites of historic places to visit in the UK, links to sites which contain information which may be of value to the novice writer researching their novel, as well as a few links to planning templates created by the author. The author has written a historical novel, The Queen’s Favourite, which is available as a Kindle eBook.


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This simple guide aims to help the novice author who wants to write historical fiction make a start. Historical fiction is a very demanding genre to try and write, perhaps more so than any other. A writer has to try and recreate a world that has gone and do so convincingly. There are a great many things for the writer to consider – which form of narration to use, how to ma This simple guide aims to help the novice author who wants to write historical fiction make a start. Historical fiction is a very demanding genre to try and write, perhaps more so than any other. A writer has to try and recreate a world that has gone and do so convincingly. There are a great many things for the writer to consider – which form of narration to use, how to make the dialogue sound authentic, how to conduct research and how to stop a novel reading like a history textbook. Writing Historical Fiction: A Guide is an introduction to getting started writing historical fiction. It is intended for the novice author who is just beginning their creative writing journey and is unsure how to begin writing historical fiction. Included in this guide are links to the websites of historic places to visit in the UK, links to sites which contain information which may be of value to the novice writer researching their novel, as well as a few links to planning templates created by the author. The author has written a historical novel, The Queen’s Favourite, which is available as a Kindle eBook.

47 review for Writing Historical Fiction: A Guide

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ellen Woods

    Beginners only If you have never read a work of historical fiction or never done any creative writing, this book might be useful. Glad I borrowed this and didn't pay for it. There are much better books on this topic such as Emma Darwin's.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Blue

    Concise & relevant Here you go, novice writers! If your heart pines for visiting the past with your fiction, here's an excellent primer & resource. Enjoy & learn.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lora

    Good Quick Introduction This book is by no means exhaustive in its treatment of the subject matter, but it is an excellent place to begin to get the steps down with a few key examples. This is exactly what the author intended, and she achieves her aim exceedingly well. Even providing links to her website and templates to get you started.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn Stoner

    Specific guidance I really appreciated the speculated the specific advise and examples of common mistakes made by novices. Got a lot of great ideas on getting started.

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