Research Tips for Writing Historical Fiction

by Rhiannon Reintjens, Junior Editor for Non-fiction jaBlog! Artwork by Mia Martins   History was my favourite subject at school, so it’s no surprise that I love to write historical fiction. However, historical fiction is the genre that I have found the hardest to write. What makes it hard is the research. Is your story...
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February Fiction: They Just Were

by Angela Kang, Age 15, USA Artwork by Katie King   She was a tall, awkward girl, a little too lean for her height. She was too weird, and he had hated it. The hands that were always clasped together were prominently structured, defined by harsh lines and angles. They were features that she had always been made fun...
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Interview with Author and Storyteller Grace Quansah

by Lindsay Warner, Age 16, United Kingdom   The countdown for the UK Junior Authors Writers Conference has officially begun, and I know I’m not the only one that’s excited. Soon us writers can all converge in Guilford and network with one another while sharing our writing tips and experiences. But we budding young writers...
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