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One Fictitious Moment: Writing Historical Fiction

As a huge fan of historical fiction, Angela Misri thoroughly enjoys writing about her detective Portia Adams as she strolls the streets of 1930s London. But there are some tricks to writing in a time period that are not your own. Check out this video for a few timely ideas:

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Amgela MisriAngela Misri is a Toronto journalist, writer and mom who has spent most of her working life making CBC Radio extraterrestrial through podcasts, live streams and websites. The latest book in her A Portia Adams Adventure series releases on March 24th, 2015. Check out Angela’s website to learn more about the Portia Adams series.

4 Responses to “One Fictitious Moment: Writing Historical Fiction”

    • Sheila Dalton

      yes, I just published my first historical novel, Stolen. I’ve written lots of other books, but this was my first hf. I found researching it quite fascinating.

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  1. Timothy L. Cerepaka

    Good advice. I don’t write historical fiction, but if I ever find myself writing some, I will be sure to keep this in mind when I do it.

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