Maggie Anton on Being a Historical Novelist

In her last post Maggie Anton, the author of the Rashi’s Daughters trilogy, reviewed Elie Wiesel’s Rashi. Below, Anton writes on being a historical novelist.

Because the main characters in my Rashi’s Daughters trilogy are real, historical figures, the family of the great medieval Jewish scholar, my readers are both concerned and curious about what is fact and what is fiction in my novels.  Continue reading here.

One response to “Maggie Anton on Being a Historical Novelist

  1. Pingback: Maggie Anton on Jews and the First Crusade « Jewish Book Council Blog

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