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What's Your Story?

Everyone has a story.

Some people have many.

Some, not so many depending on how long they have been on this earth and the things they’ve experienced. 202 more words


The 10 Commandments of Mystery Writing (according to the Detection Club)

It was during one of my many breaks last year while trying to write my second novel that I found out about the ten commandments for writing detective fiction, which as well as being a reminder that you can find just about anything on the internet if you’re bored enough, proves that sometimes it’s okay to break the rules, since doing so apparently almost cost Agatha Christie her place in the exclusive Detection Club, which she founded in the 1930’s along with Dorothy L. 1,300 more words

Agatha Christie

Research For My Novel

As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve recently decided to set my novel in the past, when I initially began writing this novel (back about 10 years ago). 389 more words

Future Writer

Seriously Write: Jumping Into Historical Research by Carrie Turansky

Sandra Ardoin @SandraArdoin

Do you want to write an historical novel, but you’re not sure how to tackle the research? Come along with me and I’ll give you some of my best research tips!

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Sandra Ardoin

What To Do When Starting A New Novel: My Process

There’s nothing like starting  a brand new book!

For me, I get excited to dive into a new book. As a writer, I feel that same way! 639 more words


Research Help Needed!

I posted this on the NaNoWriMo forums as well (here), but…

I’ve decided to set my novel in New Hampshire despite never having set foot in the state. 61 more words


Scrapbook it!

I’m now in my final year of university, and I’ve chosen write and research the beginning of a novel for my dissertation project. It’s so nerve-wracking but also exciting! 576 more words