Monthly Archives: January 2016

Yay! I did it again!

Originally posted on ANNA BELFRAGE:
I was just informed that yet another of my books has won a B.R.A.G. Medallion! For those of you that have no idea what this means, Indiebrag is an organisation that has taken it upon…

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The Very Sad Story of Roger the Raker

I was doing some medieval research today, when I came across the sad story of a man by the name of Roger the Raker. Now Roger lived in the thirteenth century, and, being forward-thinking, a trend-setter, a keeper-up-with-the-Jones, Roger decided … Continue reading

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Making real people work for you

Originally posted on ANNA BELFRAGE:
I write Historical Fiction. While my protagonists are entirely fictional, they now and then have to interact with “real” people – people who’ve existed, lived and died for real. This can be something of a…

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Types of Editing – Infographic…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
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A New Year’s Dream Come True

On New Year’s day, I woke up late, befuddled from lack of sleep and not at my sharpest – which, let’s face it, is slightly blunt at the best of times. One thing I did want to check and get out … Continue reading

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