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So You Want to Write a Military Romance by Heatherly Bell

TweetWhy are military romances so popular? Author Heatherly Bell joins us today with a discussion on writing military heroes and the various research methods employed by military romance authors. Great to have you back, Heather!  […]

An Interview with Author Hazel Gaynor

TweetI’m a history nerd and a huge fan of Hazel Gaynor’s novels, which are set in the early twentieth century. Hazel was kind enough to grant me an interview about her latest book, The Girl From The […]

Creative Research by Veronica Scott

TweetVeronica Scott, award-winning author and SciFi Encounters columnist for USA Today’s Happily Ever After blog, discusses her various research methods and explains why info-mining and plotting go hand-in-hand.  Even when the world you’re writing about […]

Fieldwork That Fortifies Your Novel by Lauren Monroe

Getting your facts right adds authenticity to your story.  Author Lauren Monroe shares tips on research and tells us why accuracy matters.  Welcome to RU, Lauren!   Writers work with ever-present anxieties: Stray punctuation. Pressing deadlines. […]

Sticking to Your Guns and Your Setting with Faye Hall

When was the last time you read a book set in Australia? Was it The Thorn Birds? Author Faye Hall talks about writing historical novels set in little known Australian locales that are worlds away from […]

Writing What You Know…And What You Don’t Know…Yet – by Wendy S. Marcus

As writers, we know nothing comes easy. And that applies to research, too. Long-time RU supporter Wendy S.Marcus shares tips on expanding the boundaries of what you know and researching the unknown. One randomly chosen […]

Facts Matter Even in Fiction with Loucinda McGary

Can you ride a cable car down Lombard Street in San Francisco? Does your heroine have the view of the Hudson River from her Upper East Side apartment? Researching facts is as important as developing […]

High-Stylin’ Research with Avery Flynn

Avery Flynn discusses the way she used research to bring authenticity and depth to her books. Welcome Avery! High-Stylin’ Research If I could have just one fashion wish, it would be to have every pair of Crocs […]

Trademark and the Author with Mindy Klasky

Mindy Klasky is one smart cookie. So you can imagine my delight when she wanted to tackle one of the harder subjects that authors face when writing. . . trademarks. We have the joy of making […]

Literary Archaeology – The Craft of Historical Research with Hazel Gaynor

Writing historical fiction means merging two stories into one. The factual, what actually happened, and the story you want to tell the reader. Today’s guest, Hazel Gaynor, wrote a novel inspired by true events of the Titanic’s […]

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