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Time to Get Back to Work

I’ve been in a funk ever since missing HNS London 2012 – which meant missing an opportunity to listen to wonderful speakers like Philippa Gregory, Diana Gabaldon, Elizabeth Chadwick, CW

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Generation Gap

An online friend who also writes historical fiction mentioned something that startled me and then got me thinking. Heather Lazare, an editor for St. Martin’s–I think, said in a panel:

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Joel Friedlander writes a popular blog called The Book Designer. He has hundreds, if not thousands, of followers and presents insightful posts every day on self-publishing, book designing, blogging and

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Take it slow, take it fast

Several days ago, a very kind literary agent offered feedback on two fifty page snippets of my writing. While he had some positive comments, when asked more directly, he said

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Confessions of a Writaholic

A week or so ago, I wrote myself a note containing a single word: writaholic. At the time, I had been reflecting on how obsessed I’ve become about writing. The

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Why I Write Historical Fiction

This post first appeared in One Writer’s Voice on June 29, 2010. Still as applicable now as it was then. MKT The first historical fiction I remember reading was one

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