D E Meredith Extras

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Strange Alliances interviews D E Meredith about the process of writing her first novel, Devoured, from the orginal idea to publication, her research on the Victorian period and forensics, writing Victorian dialogue and more...

http://strangealliances.wordpress.com/2012/11/11/devoured-by-d-e-meredith-why-a-book-can-be-judged-by-its-cover/

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The Next Big Thing works like a recommendation chain-mail with authors answering the same 10 questions before inviting other authors to do the same thing. Here, Victorian crime-writer D E Meredith talks about her upcoming book The Devil's Ribbon and who she thinks should be The Next Big Thing...

http://www.demeredith.com/the-next-big-thing/

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Author DE Meredith, author of the historical crime novel Devoured, imagines a travel guide for those travelling to Borneo in 1856 for BBC History Magazine.

borneo-1856-travel-guide.pdf

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Victorian crime writer D E Meredith talks to Glow Magazine about her books and influences, why she is 'knee-deep in corpses', what today's politicians could learn from the past and much more...

http://www.glowmagazine.me/d-e-meredith-the-thames-valley-history-festival-interview/

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In an article written especially for Book Oxygen, author D E Meredith exposes the valuable links between experience and writing, revealing some of the dark origins behind her debut Devoured, the first novel in a the Hatton & Roumande series set in Victorian London and featuring one of the first forensic detectives.

http://bookoxygen.com/?p=2656

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New writers are usually told to write what you know, but here D E Meredith, author of the Hatton and Roumande Victorian Crime series explains On the Literary Sofa why she writes what she doesn't know...

http://isabelcostelloliterarysofa.com/2012/11/12/guest-author-d-e-meredith-why-i-write-what-i-dont-know/