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Writing the Past - The Eagles and Dragons Publishing Guide to Researching Writing Publishing and Marketing Historical Fiction and Historical Fantasy - cover

Writing the Past - The Eagles and Dragons Publishing Guide to Researching Writing Publishing and Marketing Historical Fiction and Historical Fantasy

Adam Alexander Haviaras

Publisher: Eagles and Dragons Publishing

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Eagles and Dragons Publishing Guides – Helping Authors bring the Past to Life
Have you ever wanted to write a historical novel, but don’t know where to start?
Have you already written a book, but aren’t sure how to get it out into the world?
Does modern book publishing and marketing overwhelm you?
If any of these questions or other challenges are holding you back, then The Eagles and Dragons Publishing Guide to Researching, Writing, Publishing, and Marketing Historical Fiction and Historical Fantasy can help to jumpstart your author career.
In this short, easy-to-understand guide, #1 bestselling author and historian, Adam Alexander Haviaras, shares proven, actionable tips and tricks that will help you to learn the following:
- Historical research methodologies that anyone can use, no matter their level of education, to gather important background information for a novel.
- Essential writing tips that will help you to write and complete a convincing historical novel that readers will love.
- Publishing options and crucial steps for the historical novelist to succeed in the modern world.
- Proven book marketing strategies that will ensure your historical epic gets to readers and turns them into fans.
This guide also includes two bonus sections on important mindset tips for authors so that they can succeed without burning out, and a proven historical novel book launch strategy blueprint that will help get you to #1.
Whether you are someone with an idea for a first novel, or a veteran author in need of reinforcements, everyone is guaranteed to get at least one tip or strategy from this book that will move their author career forward to victory.
It is the best time to be an author. Start your journey today!

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