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Write Historical Fiction? Keep Their Language to Yourself or Risk Losing Readers

I love a good, “Huzzah” blurted out by Niles or Frasier Crane any day. When writing a work of historical fiction, however, it is best to keep the quaint phrases, stereotypical exclamations (i.e. – forsooth), and other verbal faux pas … Continue reading

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Editing: The Good, The Bad, The Not So Bad, and The Never Ugly

Writers should really invest in a good editor BEFORE sending an MS off to agents or self publishing. Continue reading

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