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Seriously Write: How Do You Manage Your Writing Research? by Sandra Ardoin

Whether you write contemporary or historical, or even non-fiction, there will be something (okay, “somethings”) you’ll need to research. So how do you go about it? 67 more words

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Seriously Write: I’d Rather Research than Write – Musings of a History Nerd By Susan F. Craft

On today’s Seriously Write post, we’re starting off the new year with author and editor Susan Craft who gives us her experience with researching her latest novel. 29 more words

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Interesting Things Learned Through Novel Research

1) We’re all just people.

I find that most people are under the impression that ancient peoples were stupid, and for some reason, it’s like this huge joke to make us feel better about ourselves. 535 more words

Status Report: The Leatherstocking Tales by James Fenimore Cooper

So I’m reading the complete Leatherstocking Tales by James Fenimore Cooper as research. In case you don’t know, The Last of the Mohicans and The Deerslayer… 841 more words

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Seriously Write: Rewards of Research by Alice J. Wisler

Have you ever had a research experience affect you in a way you didn’t expect? Today on the Seriously Write blog, Alice J. Wisler relates her experience and provides tips for your next research venture. 18 more words

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Día de Muertos


I’ve noticed that the last few posts have been personal ones with heavy topics being discussed, so I wanted to make my last post for a month a more cheerful one (NaNoWriMo is upon me, I must obey it’s commands!). 391 more words

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