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Research for Historical Romance Writing - Or, How NOT to Lose Six Hours on Pinterest

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Class Title: Research for Historical Romance Writing - Or, How Not to Lose Six Hours on Pinterest

Instructor: Cait Reynolds

Price: $35

Where: W.A.N.A. Digital Classroom

Date: SATURDAY JUNE 24th, 2017 2:00-4:00 EST

So, you want to write historical romance. Awesome. Now, you just need to learn everything about that time period. Yay! Yay? Oh…crap.

While you don’t need a PhD in history to write historical fiction, you do need to do your research so that you can avoid the pitfalls of anachronistic language, modern Mary Sues, and the unforgivable sin of having your characters pay morning calls before one o’clock in the afternoon.

But, how do you start researching? And, when do you end? How do you know you know enough to start plotting – let alone writing? How do you keep track of everything you need to remember?

This class answers all those questions and more.

  • Get a template that guides you through all the steps of research
  • Discover the tricks of effectively and efficiently using Google and Pinterest
  • Learn how to use historical context in character development (i.e. no more Mary Sues)
  • Find out when and how to take research shortcuts…and when you have to buckle down and just slog through it all
  • Learn how to build a research reference library of your own
  • Discover how to find non-fiction books that are NOT boring
  • Develop an understanding of what kind of historical details to put into your story, and more importantly, what to leave out

We are now offering ADVANCED LEVELS for this class. Extra help from an EXPERT.

Historical GOLD

You get the class (recording included in price) with Cait plus one hour of personalized one-on-one consulting regarding YOUR story.

Historical PLATINUM

You get the class (recording included in price) with Cait plus two hours of personalized one-on-one consulting regarding YOUR story and bonus worksheets. These worksheets will efficiently guide you through in-depth world-building and research, providing you with consistency for your writing and an excellent reference/style sheet for your editor and proofreader.

 

 

 

 

Start Time: 2:00 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm

Date: July 8, 2017

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