Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Ann H. Gabhart

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Ann H. Gabhart

Doing research to write a historical novel can be a mixed bag of great moments when just what you need for your story shows up right in front of your eyes or frustrating times when you find out that unless you change history, your character cannot possibly do what you...
Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Christine Johnson

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Christine Johnson

First of all, it’s a thrill and an honor to join fellow historical fiction authors this week on Suzanne Woods Fisher’s blog. I’m especially excited to chat with you, our readers. Since we’re discussing research breakthroughs this week, let me give you the inside scoop...
Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jane Kirkpatrick

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jane Kirkpatrick

I write novels about historical women who might be considered ordinary but whom I think are extraordinary. Often, I can meet with descendants. I treasure their family stories that give me insight and direction for further research. Jennie Parrish’s story in All She...
Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jan Drexler

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jan Drexler

In my research for the Journey to Pleasant Prairie series, I delved into the 1840’s, in both the settled eastern Pennsylvania counties, and the frontier in Ohio and northern Indiana. The family in the first book in the series, Hannah’s Choice, were one generation away...

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