Author Staci Troilo gifts us with a lucid explanation and practical examples about using research in your stories. Please, read on…
Hi! Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club’sSpring Book & Block Party. (For all the stops and oodles of chances to win a myriad of prizes, check out all the RRBC posts throughout the month-long tour.)
This stop? Staci Troilo’s site currently hosted in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA.
Today I’m Giving Prizes to Two Lucky Winners:
First Prize: $15 Amazon Gift Card
Second Prize: Medici Protectorate SWAG Pack
Prizes awarded to US commenters only.
Today I want to talk about weaving history into contemporary stories. I like a good historical tale every once in a while, but I tend to read contemporary fiction a lot more often. That doesn’t mean history has to be abandoned, though.
One of my favorite things to do is research. I used to love writing research papers in school. Sure, I know that makes me sound weird, and maybe I am. But I find it…
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