Darlene Elizabeth Williams
I am a historical fiction and nonfiction author.
My historical fiction work-in-progress is based on the life of Harriet Jacobs, a 19th Century North Carolina slave, who wrote and published her autobiography. Her autobiography is the only extant US female narrative.
I am also a copy editor and proofreader, with a focus on independent historical fiction authors.
I am an avid reader of fiction fiction. My Pinterest board entitled “Historical Novels Worth Reading” lists only 4* or higher novels.
I like my historical fiction to be intelligent, well-researched and engagingly written. These are the novels I enjoy the most.
I also expect the same standards of myself in my writing, copy editing and proofing.
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Karen R. Sanderson was kind enough to guest host me on her blog to share tips on reducing editing costs. Curious? Click here.
Maria Grace stops by Indie Chat to share with us her latest release, Twelfth Night at Longbourn.
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