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  • ...nding Murder Under the Bridge to your book club. I love hearing that book clubs read it, and would be very interested in any feedback you were at liberty to share. Can you email me a...
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    So Liberty you mean it is better to write epilogue if you are writing a sequel. Just to tell readers a brief summary of the first book?
  • Hi Liberty, Great advice already in this thread.  All I can add is a suggestion to read other histfic set in the period and see what they do with the language. Marcia

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  • Hi, Liberty, I think you can relax about including historical figures in historical fiction. Plenty of life happened in the past without famous folk around.  For my part...
  • Three things about Liberty's Tears: 1-An optometry student from California finds herself interning on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana following a tragic event in her...
  • ...st and apart from the exciting news (chapeau for SWP, for you and Brooke!!) I am with you as a vacation indulger of the premier order! I took the liberty -- and joy -- to quote you in...