WRITER 152: How to write historical fiction. And meet David Crystal, author of ‘Making Sense: The Glamorous Story of English Grammar’.


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Breathe magazine launches and Yen mag closes. Discover some great tips on how to write historical fiction and learn a neat trick for dealing with research for multiple articles. Meet the dynamic and engaging David Crystal, author of ‘Making Sense: The Glamorous Story of English Grammar’. Plus: play with the 'One Word' app, find out what your minimum author online presence should be and much more! | Find the show notes at https://www.writerscentre.com.au/blog/ep-152/ | Email Valerie and Allison at podcast@writerscentre.com.au | Visit WritersCentre.com.au | AllisonTait.com | ValerieKhoo.com

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