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Know Your Place in Time: How to Keep History Alive for Your Readers

How does an author make something old new again? John Schuttler, avid researcher and coauthor of Liberated Spirits, weighs in on the matter.


The Trouble with Hating Ernest Hemingway

Historical fiction author Paula McLain wanted to hate Ernest Hemingway, but upon writing his story, she found that she couldn't do it.


Writing is a Journey: Let Inspiration Find You With Each Written Page

Lance Richardson, author of House of Nutter, discusses how writing itself can inspire ideas for those that lack a solid sense of direction.


John Freeman Gill Chases Down the Architecture of 1970s NYC

John Freeman Gill on how he bridged the gap between journalism, memoir, and fiction to craft a picture of 1970s NYC architecture in The Gargoyle Hunters.


Write What You Want to Know: The Importance of Writing the Unfamiliar

Katie Ganshert discusses the importance of writing about what you want to know and explore, and how she did this in her latest novel, No One Ever Asked.


Tapping Into History to Write Historical Fiction

Jennifer Ashley, author of Death Below Stairs, shares tips on how to use history as a tool to write a well-researched novel.