Tag Archives: Research

BRING IT ON!

The groans are abundant. But I am looking forward to the first big snowfall in our area! Okay, so spending a day skiing will take me away from the writing options I talked about in my last post. But think … Continue reading

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REALITY OF LIFE, LACK OF DISCIPLINE – OR SOMETHING ELSE?

It has been a month since my last posting. Mea culpa. I’ve felt very guilty, and many times over the last 4 weeks have said to myself, “this weekend I will post a blog entry.” And then I didn’t. I … Continue reading

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NEW DIRECTIONS

I’m way overdue for writing a post, and even this one will be fairly brief. But the reason for my delinquency is legit – or at least I think so! As mentioned in past posts, when I completed In Her … Continue reading

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ARE YOU ONE OF THE HEIRS TO MANHATTAN?

“Genealogy can often be used as a base for the historical fiction writer. Following the lives of our ancestors brings us into a particular setting so that time and place both encircle and thread the story. However, for the novelist, one … Continue reading

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Recipe for a Manuscript

For today’s post, please welcome my friend and fellow writer, Sharon Delaney. Her books are action-packed, well researched and always involve a dog-hero – who wouldn’t love that? Here she shares insights and advice on taking your manuscript from planning through … Continue reading

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