February 29 2012 Fiction Writing Newsletter
Daughter of York - a Review
The historical fiction novel Daughter of York, written by Anne Easter Smith, is the story of Margaret of York. She was also known as Margaret of Burgundy because of her marriage. The book opens in 1461 as young 15-year-old Margaret is mourning the deaths of her father and brother.
Witch Hysteria Day & Other Weird Holidays
March is full of some interesting holidays, most of which you have probably never heard of. Enjoy reading and learning about these unusual days, then pick at least one of them, write a story about it, or include it in the story you are currently writing.
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