“History repeats itself.” A phrase we hear more often than not. That’s why history is so important to humanity. Unlike most other stories, historical stories carry their own weight of importance and significance. Thus, it also carries with it more responsibility for writers. Facts, events and even characters can take on a whole new level of research. Let’s see what is necessary and important when deciding to take on a historical story:
Tips for Writing Historical Non-fiction:
Tips for Writing Historical Fiction:
For someone who loves history, researching the time period, characters and any other factual information may be one of the most fun tasks at hand. For those of us who aren’t as keen on history because of poor teachers presenting just the facts with no emotion or excitement, we need people with stories that both teach and entertain. So, whether you’re writing true historical events and lending yourself just to research or whether you’re wanting to spice up a good story among those events, historical writing is as much a love of readers as any other genre. So, get to writing your historical adventure – real or fictitious!
FROM THE WRITER
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