Historical Fiction

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Historical Fiction

Postby crit31249 » Mon May 08, 2017 7:14 am

Hi, what workshop should I join for historical fiction? I'm writing a novel-length drama/comedy set in Ancient Rome. Thanks for any advice.
Name: Lucie Blanco
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Re: Historical Fiction

Postby crit33321 » Wed May 10, 2017 6:04 pm

Hi Lucie,
If your target audience is adult, you could probably join the Adult Fiction workshop. If your audience is YA, you could join the Kids/YA workshop. If getting to Rome is the result of time travel, you could join the SF/Fantasy/Horror workshop. Finally, if the story takes the form of adventure, you could join the Mystery, Thriller, and Adventure workshop. I suggest visiting the workshop list (http://critters.org/c/forumlist.cgi) and seeing which one is most appropriate for the kind of story you're trying to tell.

Hope that helps!
Name: Morgan Broadhead
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