Defining Historical Fiction

Today I’m a guest blogger over at Whispers In Purple.

One of the most popular genres in fiction writing continues to be historical, which spans, of course, all of history. Each period has its own sub-genres, along with its own set of reader expectations. Although there is general agreement on what constitutes a particular sub-genre, sometimes a publisher will be the deciding factor. For example, books set after World War 2 were rarely classified as historical until recent years. Now many publishers label books set up to and including the end of the Vietnam War as historical. Learn more.

Donna

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I write stories of His Story Through The Ages that offer tales of hope and redemption.

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