This had me flicking through it like the ancient Greeks ran the stadion. It made for a fascinating insight into the man that is Richard Blake and his stories. I stumbled on Conspiracies of Rome a couple of years back and enjoyed the story and read it also at stadion pace. That all being said, while this gave me plenty of tips and things to remember while writing my historical fiction, in terms of advice, there wasn't really anything I didn't know. What there was, was some good fresh explanations and some great reminders as to what makes the genre so good and Blakes' books so good.
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