On historians writing “popular” books: How I Did It.

This week I’ve been reading about other historians’ successes with breaking into the trade press. I love these stories/discussions, and they always make me think of this scene from Young Frankenstein:

how I did it

So read on for good advice on how you can do it, too:

http://historiann.com/2015/07/14/crossing-over-part-i-what-is-my-book-about/

and

http://www.elizabethcovart.com/how-to-write-for-your-readers/?utm_content=buffera0e1f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Does anyone else have additional advice?

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