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Meredith Allard
Editor of The Copperfield Review, a journal of historical fiction. Author of the paranormal historical Loving Husband Trilogy. PhD candidate at UNLV.
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Meredith Allard 3h
Replying to @EmilyJLB
Just what I was thinking, Emily! I was just checking theater times to see when it's playing near me.
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25 Gift Ideas For The Writer In Your Life (Even If That's You!) via
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‘Man Who Invented Christmas’ Review: Dan Stevens and Christopher Plummer Turn Scrooge Origin Tale Into A Holiday Treat via
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Historical poetry from Copperfield Review by Daniel W. Galef via
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The Long Victorian 20h
b. Mary Anne Evans born [alias, George Eliot] (1819-1880), writer. “Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact.” [from: Impressions of Theophrastus Such]
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Meredith Allard Nov 18
6 Keys to Writing a Compelling Historical Novel |
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Brain Pickings Nov 18
Maya Angelou on freedom – excerpts from her beautiful 1973 conversation with Bill Moyers
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InventChristmas Nov 15
Dan Stevens shows us the journey of how Charles Dickens wrote A CHRISTMAS CAROL. See the magic this Thanksgiving!
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Superstition Review Nov 15
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Meredith Allard Nov 15
Director Bharat Nalluri on The Man Who Invented Christmas - British Heritage Travel
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Meredith Allard Nov 14
Jonathan Corwin: The Other Salem Witch Judge
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Meredith Allard Nov 14
How to Keep Language Authentic in Historical Fiction - Signature Reads via
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Brain Pickings Nov 13
Lynda Barry's wonderful illustrated field guide to keeping a visual diary and cultivating a capacity for creative observation
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Geri Walton Nov 14
Born 14Nov1840 Oscar Founder of French Impressionism, a term derived from the title of his painting Impression, soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise), which was exhibited in 1874.
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Meredith Allard Nov 13
Historical fiction from Copperfield Review: A Grave Mistake by Carrie Martin via
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Meredith Allard Nov 13
8 Captivating Historical Fantasy Books
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Meredith Allard Nov 13
19 Fantastic Podcasts for History Buffs
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Meredith Allard Nov 13
Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer: Interview & Giveaway with Meredith Allard of Her Dear and Loving Husband
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Meredith Allard Nov 13
SUPERNATURAL CENTRAL: A CHAT WITH MEREDITH ALLARD of Her Dear and Loving Husband
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Meredith Allard Nov 10
Her Dear and Loving Husband is on Tour via
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