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Fifteen Tips On Close Reading

Posted by Green Door in Creative Writing

It’s one of life’s truisms that reading widely and critically is essential if you’re serious about writing. You don’t need a degree in literature to be a critical reader; a lot of it is good, old fashioned common sense, and you’ll have most likely been…

Ten Tips on Writing Historical Fiction

Posted by Green Door in Creative Writing

Historical fiction has an ancient pedigree; it is, quite literally, the stuff of legend. In English literature, Geoffrey of Monmouth’s ‘history’ of Arthur in his Historia Regum Britanniae (1135AD) is much more fiction than fact, while subsequent revisions by Wace, Layamon, Sir Thomas Malory, and…