EVA’s Nov. 4, 2017 Workshop is Herstory: Writing and Researching the Historical Novel


Herstory: Writing and Researching the Historical Novel

Thinking of writing a historical novel, but daunted by the research? Come join us at our November 4, 2017 meeting. Author Linda McLaughlin will discuss the pleasures and pitfalls of historical research and why historical romance still matters in the 21st century.

About our Presenter

Linda McLaughlin grew up with a love of history fostered by her paternal grandmother and an incurable case of wanderlust inherited from her father. A native of Pittsburgh, she now lives in Southern California. A long-time member of OCCRWA, Linda writes historical and Regency romance, and pens steamy romance under the name Lyndi Lamont. Her first published novel was Worth The Risk, contemporary romance written in collaboration with Anne Farrell under the name Lyn O’Farrell.

Website: https://lindalyndi.com

Come Join Us!
Our regular meetings are held the first Saturday of the month at the Azusa Public Library beginning at 10:15, with an optional critique session immediately following. Visitors are welcome! The Azusa Public Library is located at 729 N Dalton Ave, Azusa, CA 91702.

2 thoughts on “EVA’s Nov. 4, 2017 Workshop is Herstory: Writing and Researching the Historical Novel

  1. Marisa says:

    I really wanted to see this speaker, but by the time I fought my way through traffic to get to the library and see the notice that the location had been moved, it was too late to get to the new location. Better luck next time, I guess. 😢


    • Hi, Marisa,

      We’re really sorry about the location change. The library failed to notify us of the closure that day. We learned about it when we arrived for the meeting, and we decided that rather than cancelling altogether, we’d have Linda do her presentation at the Marie Callender’s. Again, our apologies.


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