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message 1: by Evelyn (new)

Evelyn Dangerfield | 2 comments I am writing a book about the possible murder of Amy Robsart, a noblewoman in Elizabeth 1st's time. Have a read for free and any feedback would be welcome,



message 2: by Tara ♪ (new)

 Tara ♪ | 106 comments Mod
Yes, keep on, this is good! Like you said, grammar could use help a little, but it is an excellent plot worth pursuing! :)

message 3: by Evelyn (new)

Evelyn Dangerfield | 2 comments Hi Tara,

thanks for the encouragement and I will keep trying to improve the grammar, I'm reediting as I go along so I think it's getting better. Ultimately a proof reader will be needed! I'm going to keep trying to post on a Friday, this is my first attempt at Historical Fiction and it's much harder than Fiction with all the research needed, but interesting too,



message 4: by Tara ♪ (new)

 Tara ♪ | 106 comments Mod
I agree that writing historical is much harder than writing realistic!!! Research... It can be so difficult...

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