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Whither goes thou?

I’m sure that’s a phrase used in poems, old letters, manuscripts, plays and such. And it seems apt to ask this question about my blog. The goal is to illuminate historical fiction as a genre for readers, writers and others (a few teachers have stopped by).

Here’s where things stand:

  • Reader surveys – check. Might do another one in 2017.
  • Author interviews – check. Over 150 on the blog.
  • An analysis of the elements of historical fiction – partial check. At one point I considered writing a book to explore this topic further, however, I prefer to spend my writing time on fiction.
  • A look at social reading – partial check. This topic satisfied the techie-geek in me.
  • Guest posts – check. I love having guests on the blog.
  • Reader interviews – a few. A nice complement to the reader surveys. Definitely could do more of these.
  • Blogger interviews – a few. Ditto.
  • Book reviews – a few. I do these for fun and only occasionally.
  • Posts about my research and writing process – check. Could explore the research topic in more depth.

What do you think would be (a) interesting, (b) useful, (c) provocative in terms of generating dialogue?

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M.K. Tod writes historical fiction and blogs about all aspects of the genre at A Writer of History. Her latest novel, TIME AND REGRET was published by Lake Union on August 16, 2016. Mary’s other novels, LIES TOLD IN SILENCE and UNRAVELLED are available from Amazon, NookKoboGoogle Play and iTunes. She can be contacted on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads or on her website www.mktod.com.