Monday, March 21, 2011

All good things must come to an end, and sadly, our blog series has done just that. Tomorrow, we reveal the winner of our three-book giveaway - but you can still be included in the drawing! Comment on any of the blog posts below, and we'll include you in the drawing to win e-books of The Pilgrim Glass, The Soldier of Raetia, and The Noble Pirates.

We hope you've enjoyed this look into our different approaches to historical fiction, and fiction in general. There is a lot of great stuff out there - unusual protagonists, unique relationships, under-represented settings (both time and location). We hope we've introduced you to the richness of historical fiction beyond the Great Personages and the familiar settings.

Jan 11 – Introductions: Heather - Julie - Rima

Jan 12 – Why you chose your time/setting: Heather - Julie - Rima

Jan 18 – Writing historical adventure: Heather
- Julie - Rima

Jan 25 – Benefits/challenges of writing real historical
Heather - Julie - Rima

Feb 1 – Tips & tricks for historical research: Heather - Julie -

Feb 8 – When supporting characters take over: Heather - Julie

Feb 15 – Writing battle/fight scenes: Heather - Julie - Rima

Feb 22 – Male & female protagonists: Heather - Julie

Mar 1 – Soundtracks: Heather - Julie - Rima

Mar 8 – Offbeat protagonists: Heather - Julie - Rima

Mar 15 – Director's Commentary: Heather - Julie - Rima

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