03 April 2019

Month in Review - March 2019

A quarter of this year has already come and gone, and Easter is right around the corner. Can you believe it!? But before time runs away again, let's recap last month. So now, without further ado, here's the list of the most popular blog posts for March 2019, chosen by you, the readers:

Support Epilepsy Awareness - Wear Purple

Next Tuesday, the 26th of March is Purple Day - it is a celebration aimed to raise epilepsy awareness worldwide, a condition that globally affects over 65 million people. However, did you know that dogs can be afflicted with this ailment as well? Up to six percent of the canine population suffers from a form of epilepsy...

Wholesome Canine Nutrition - Homemade Turkey Meat Loaf 

With the recent influx in dog food recalls, I've received several requests from readers and fellow dog lovers to share another of my homemade dog food recipes. I decided to share my recipe for my puppy-approved Turkey Meat Loaf...

How Readers' Suggestions Can Influence Writers

Like most writers, I get my fair share of emails and social media messages from readers. Most of these messages are encouraging. I love to hear how my stories touch readers' lives...

Writing Historical Fiction: Balancing History and Fiction

Recently, I have received several requests from my readers to share what I've learned along the way and my view on the subject of researching historical facts, how much of it is really necessary, and how close to stick to reality...

Writing Historical Fiction: Chronological Errors and How to Avoid them

Let's start with this question: What is a chronological error? Well, a chronological error or anachronism is defined as an error in time placement...

Piper is the author of several non-fiction books, and recently added three historical fiction novels to her ever-expanding collection of published writings, In the Shadow of Her Majesty , The Country Girl Empress., and A Life in the Shadow of the Crown. When she isn't busy typing away on her computer, she can be found chasing after her furry children or holding on tightly to a good cup of coffee. Follow her on LinkedInFacebook, and Goodreads.
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