3 Things to Know About Marketing Historical Fiction Novels — A Writer’s Path

by J. U. Scribe What’s your favorite genre? For some it’s romance, others it’s fantasy, sci-fi, or maybe a mystery/thriller. For those that know me well I enjoy reading a variety of genres, so it’s hard to pick one genre over another when I enjoy different books spanning across the many genres of fiction. However if you were […]

via 3 Things to Know About Marketing Historical Fiction Novels — A Writer’s Path

I love reading historical fiction and it’s true that if the author hasn’t researched properly, it can be jarring. I’m one of those readers who tuts at too-modern dialogue or morality. So I knew going into the writing of <i>Escaping Andronicus</i> that I’d better do my research. It did help that early 20th century Bahamas is not well-known because I knew not too many people would catch my mistakes. Then again, finding references was really hard.

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