10 Things Authors Get Wrong When Writing About the Military

This is a good article. I’m going to buy this book!

The Writer's Guide to Weapons

(U.S. Department of Defense photo) Writing about military characters in fiction takes a little legwork. Here are 10 tips for avoiding the most common pitfalls. (U.S. Department of Defense photo)

This guest blog post comes from Joshua Hood. I’d normally summarize a guest writer’s bio in my notes before the article, but Hood’s background is too extensive to outline here. Read the bio at the end of the article. Let’s cut right to the chase, because Hood has some excellent tips for writing about the military in fiction.


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