Finding the Line Between Fact and Fiction in Historical Novels

Research book stackI’m so happy to be a guest author this week on Women’s Fiction Writers blog, talking about the line between fact and fiction in historical novels, how women’s fiction can be found in many genres, and more.

Created by author Amy Sue Nathan, WFW is the go-to blog for the craft and business of traditionally published women’s fiction. It features interviews and guest posts by published women’s fiction authors and tips on writing, editing, publishing and the writing life.  Please stop by and share your thoughts.

Author Jessica McCann Says Women’s Fiction Falls Within Many Genres, Including Historical Fiction


“All Different Kinds of Free” is Editors’ Choice in Historical Novels Review Magazine

ADKF Cover web Historical Novels Review is published quarterly by the Historical Novel Society and reviews approximately 200 new releases every issue. Each quarter, the editors select a small number of titles they feel exemplify the best in historical fiction. These novels, which come highly recommended from their reviewers, have been designated as Editors’ Choice titles.

The Editors’ Choice reviews for May 2011 are posted online.

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Phoenix Writer Wins Freedom in Fiction Prize

Jessica McCann has won the inaugural Freedom in Fiction Prize for her historical novel, All Different Kinds of Free.

 

The international prize recognizes the best unpublished work of fiction with the greatest potential for imparting the ideas of free markets, liberty and personal responsibility. The honor includes a $10,000 cash award. It is sponsored by The Mackinac Center for Public Policy (www.mackinac.org) and supported by the Rodney Fund.

 

Click here to read more at Phoenix Woman Rising blog.

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