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Inspiration For My Historical Novels, by Eva Stachniak.

Eva Stachniak is the Globe and Mail (Canada) and Der Spiegel (Germany) bestselling author of 'The Winter Palace', 'Garden of Venus' (a.k.a. 'Dancing With Kings' in the UK) and 'Necessary Lies'. Eva is from Wroclaw, Poland and now lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Writing Personal, Evocative And Novel Historical Fiction, by William Dietrich.

William Dietrich is the New York Times bestselling author of many historical adventure novels. Best known for his Ethan Gage historical adventure series, William’s novels range in setting from Louisiana to Washington state, Antarctica, the Australian outback, Berlin, Paris, the barbarian fringes of the Roman Empire, the sands of the Middle East, Tibet and the Caribbean. William also writes non-fiction books, which have been used widely in university classes, and worked as a journalist, receiving a Pulitzer Prize for his work. William lives in Washington state, in the US Northwest.

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On Medical Treatment In Regency Era Britain, by Judith Cutler.

Judith Cutler is the author two historical detective novels, 'The Keeper of Secrets' and 'Shadow of the Past', in addition to a range of contemporary novels. Judith is also a short story writer, and has won numerous awards for her work. Judith lives in the UK with her husband and fellow novelist, Edward Marston.

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Early 20th Century Detroit: 'the Paris of the West', by DE Johnson.

DE (Dan) Johnson is the author of 'The Detroit Electric Scheme', 'Motor City Shakedown' and 'Detroit Breakdown' - historical mysteries set in early 20th century Detroit. Dan has a degree from Central Michigan University and has also been a business owner for many years. Dan lives near Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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Historical Novels And Learning From The Past, by Paul Dowswell.

Paul Dowswell is the author of historical novels for teens and pre-teens. Paul’s novels include his Powder Monkey series, 'Auslander', 'The Cabinet of Curiosities', 'Sektion 20' and 'Eleven Eleven'. 'Auslander' has been shortlisted for over 20 book awards and won the Hamelin Associazione Culturale Book Prize (2011). 'Sektion 20' won the Historical Association Young Quills Prize (2012). Paul lives in the UK, is also the author of numerous non-fiction books, and has worked as a senior editor for Usborne Publishing.

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On Writing Historical Novels Set In WW2 London, by Mary Nichols.

Mary Nichols is the author of many historical family saga novels, published by Allison and Busby, and historical romance novels, published by Harlequin/Mills & Boon. Mary lives in the UK.

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What Makes For Great Historical Fiction? by Anthony Riches.

Anthony Riches is the Sunday Times bestselling author of novels set in Ancient Rome. He has a degree in Military Studies from Manchester University and has worked in business systems and project management around the world for 25 years. Anthony lives in Hertfordshire in the UK.

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Moving Between Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing, by William Dietrich.

William Dietrich is the New York Times bestselling author of many historical adventure novels. Best known for his Ethan Gage historical adventure series, William’s novels range in setting from Louisiana to Washington state, Antarctica, the Australian outback, Berlin, Paris, the barbarian fringes of the Roman Empire, the sands of the Middle East, Tibet and the Caribbean. William also writes non-fiction books, which have been used widely in university classes, and worked as a journalist, receiving a Pulitzer Prize for his work. William lives in Washington state, in the US Northwest.

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How To Find Inspiration For Great Historical Novel Ideas, by Kathleen Benner Duble.

Kathleen Benner Duble is the author of six historical novels for children and teens, as well as numerous children’s picture books, and has won a range of awards for her books. Kathleen lives in Massachussets, in the US.

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On Georgette Heyer's Novel 'The Corinthian', by Judith Cutler.

Judith Cutler is the author two historical detective novels, 'The Keeper of Secrets' and 'Shadow of the Past', in addition to a range of contemporary novels. Judith is also a short story writer, and has won numerous awards for her work. Judith lives in the UK with her husband and fellow novelist, Edward Marston.
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