Monday, August 3, 2009

Class starts TODAY!

Are you interested in writing historical romances? Kathleen Fuller's course Writing the Historical Romance may be just the "umph" you need to get that book written.

Students will get an overview of the most common time periods and settings selling in the CBA. A variety of research techniques, scene setting, use of historical details and figures within stories will also be discussed. Students will do a market analysis and prepare a proposal for submission, along with developing a resource file.

Kathleen Fuller is a novelist and freelance writer, and is the author of thirteen books set in a variety of time periods, including the 1850s American west, Victorian Ireland and Scotland, and Regency England. She has four books releasing in 2009—A Daring Escape (Regency England, Avalon Books), A Man of His Word (Amish fiction, Thomas Nelson) and two Amish anthologies with Beth Wiseman and Barbara Cameron (An Amish Christmas, An Amish Gathering, Thomas Nelson). She has appeared on the radio programs Janet Parshalls’ America and Water Through The Word. A former special education teacher, Kathleen lives in Geneva, OH with her husband, three children, and a variety of pets and farm animals.

Visit Kathleen's Web site.

The class starts TODAY, Monday, August 3rd, but there's still time to enroll. Register now!

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