The Writer’s Guide to Time Travel

Any writer can travel in time, but to do it well takes effort…and a plan. Here is your plan to write convincing historical fiction or non-fiction.

Jenna Coleman did it.  You can, too.

Jenna played the role of The Doctor’s companion, first as Oswin Oswald, then as Clara Oswin Oswald and finally flying off in the Tardis as Clara Oswald for three seasons.

After all that time travel to shake her up, you’d think she would be eager to plant her feet firmly in her own time. But, no, she went straight back to the mid 1800s, playing Queen Victoria in Victoria. [Read more…]

Breast cancer survival book published

Another client of THGM Writing Services publishes her book.  Breast Cancer; The Sun Will Rise, by Pamela S. Barron, relates one woman’s struggle and victory.

Pamela Barron describes what it is like to live with metastatic breast cancer and continuous chemo treatment for seven years, so that others will know.  She says: [Read more…]

The Biracial Bondage – nonfiction book published

It is always exciting to report when a client of THGM Writing Services publishes his or her book.  Joe Bama published The Biracial Bondage a few months ago, diving into a relatively unexplored niche.

Although there are not many books on mixed race marriages and the effects on their children, three percent of Americans and four percent of Canadians are involved in mixed marriages.  In both countries the trend appears to be on the upswing. [Read more…]