Writing Historical Novels, Part Two: Elements – Elocution #writing #amwriting #historical

What is elocution? The skill of clear and expressive speech, especially of distinct pronunciation and articulation. So, in other words, speech (Elocution is more of a "historical" word for it . . . see what I did there?). Using proper dialect for the time period of your novel will either draw the reader into that [...]

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Writing Historical Novels, Part One: What is the Difference? #historical #amwriting #writing

In gearing up for my lectures in the 2019 Oklahoma Writers Federation Conference, I've decided to take the rest of the year to dedicate this blog to the two topics I plan to speak on. One of them is the "Elements and Rules of Writing Historical Novels" and the other one is "The Best of [...]

Welcome Leigh! #suspense #romance #amreading #amreadingromance

Leigh Fleming creates unique characters facing life’s challenges but who are always rewarded with their happy ending. Stay Hidden, the first in her Hidden series, won the Lone Star Writing Contest for romantic suspense in 2017. A member of Romance Writers of America and the Washington Romance Writers chapter, Leigh lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia, [...]

Welcome Erin! #contemporary #romance #amreading #amreadingromance

Award winning author, Erin Bevan writes small town Americana romances straight from the heart. Born and raised in rural South Arkansas, she uses her past experiences to enrich her stories while infusing the right amount of heartache and humor to see her readers through until the end. With the perfect blend of sweet to steamy, [...]