ACFW Virginia is hosting a one-day Christian writer’s conference in Woodbridge, Virginia, on July 25, 2015.
Early bird registration is open now! Get more information here: https://acfwvirginia.wordpress.com/acfw-virginia-writers-conference/
Today we spotlight one of the workshop presenters:
Sarah Norkus grew up in Lexington, KY and credits her father, Robert Hackett, the former editor of the Horseman and Fair World Magazine and her cousin, Stephen Ambrose, author of Band of Brothers, for inspiring her to become a writer. She now resides in Colonial Heights, VA, with her husband, Michael. Sarah is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, the treasurer of the Colonial John Banister Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Vice President of Education for her Tricity Toastmaster Club. She has four published books: a creative non-fiction, a young adult fiction, and two historical fiction/fantasies.
Researching Your Historical Novel: There are no hard and fast rules for researching your historical fiction novel. I will talk about two different methods I utilized while researching my historical fiction trilogy.