7 Elements of Historical Fiction

Plot | Conflict | Theme | Setting | World Building | Characters | Dialogue

The Plot Thickens

Plot is one of the 7 elements of historical fiction. In the original post outlining these seven elements, I wrote: … the plot has to make sense for the time

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A Ball of Golden Thread

Deborah Lincoln is the author of Agnes Canon’s War and An Irish Wife. She specializes in fictional retellings of almost-lost stories from her own family’s past, with characters both well-known

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4 Types of Conflict

Annie Whitehead is a History graduate and an elected member of the Royal Historical Society. She has written four novels set in Anglo-Saxon England, one of which, To Be A Queen,

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World Building with Lenora Good

Lenora Good of Coffee Break Escapes was an early reader of Paris In Ruins. In our back-and-forth exchanges, I discovered that Lenora has written a novel and also writes poetry.

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The World of 1870 Paris

While launching Paris In Ruins, a number of authors and bloggers hosted guest articles featuring the world of 1870 Paris. On the Washington Independent Review of Books, editor-in-chief Holly Smith

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Meet M.K.Tod

Meet M.K.Tod

The historical fiction author behind A Writer of History...

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