Louise and Denise chat with Brunella Costagliola, a specialist military writer and editor, about what makes a compelling military story.
Listen To Find Out More About:
- What makes a good military book
- Style guides for editing military books
- Common problems authors face when writing military books
- Fact-checking resources for military writers
Contacting Brunella Costagliola
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: www.themilitaryeditor.com
- Facebook: @themilitaryeditor
- Reserve+ National Guard Magazine
- Military Families Magazine
- My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do? Helping Military Children Cope with a Brain-Injured Parent, Brunella Costagliola
Editing Bites and Other Resources
- Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime, Val McDermid’s, Wellcome Collection, 2015
- Research tools for crime and thriller writers (blog post)
- Consulting Cops (UK consultancy firm for writers)
- The Art of Firearms in Fiction is a free 45-page primer featuring Steve Allen, a soldier-turned-editor who specializes in military particulars, with additional material from Aden Nichols, an editor and Special Forces veteran.
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