Historical Fiction Panel - July 18, 2012

Join us on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 for a special day-long discussion of historical fiction. What does it take to write about a bygone era? How much research does it take to make the past come alive?

On Wednesday, July 18, our panel of acclaimed authors will answer these questions and more! If you have a question you'd like to ask, join the group!

The participating authors are:

Alma Katsu
C.W. Gortner
Esmeralda Santiago
Anne Easter Smith
Sandra Worth
Karleen Koen


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What era do you most like to read about?

all of the above (write-in)
 
  23 votes, 21.5%

Tudor era
 
  22 votes, 20.6%

Ancient History (write-in)
 
  19 votes, 17.8%

19th Century
 
  15 votes, 14.0%

The Renaissance
 
  7 votes, 6.5%

Victorian era
 
  5 votes, 4.7%

Elizabethan era
 
  4 votes, 3.7%

Medieval History
 
  4 votes, 3.7%

20th Century
 
  3 votes, 2.8%

Civil Rights/ Vietnam War era
 
  2 votes, 1.9%

Vietnam, Afghanistan (86), Gulf, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan (01-pres), Iraq wars (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 1.9%

French Revolution (write-in)
 
  1 vote, 0.9%

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