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I have more than one book idea, but have finally started writing my first novel... and appropriately, doing research!

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The code of signs that hoboes use to communicate good spots and places to avoid. Seems like it could use updating to include signs for "good wi-fi" and "no cell service here."

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Old Photos: Kansas Wheat | Kansas City With The Russian Accent

Contrary to what some people believe I don't own the idea of posting old photos from the Life Magazine Archives, but I do enjoy doing it, so here comes another set. These are combined under the tag Kansas Wheat and where taken in 1939. Some of the faces on these photos look like there were […]

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On Google News you can search and read old print newspapers, going as far back as 1752.

Researching a place for your story. One of my favorite things about writing is research. I love finding facts, understanding world views, and stepping into a unique story world. Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Becoming A Writer

How to Research {Place} For Your Novel - Tricia Goyer

One of my favorite things about writing is research. I love finding facts, understanding world views, and stepping into a unique story world. And one of my favorite parts of research is researching the settings/locations of my novels. You may consider setting to be the physical location, but it’s so much more than that. The... [Continue Reading]

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Table of Nicknames and Given Names to Help You Research Ancestors

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8 Tips for Naming Characters - To Write a Story.Pinner says: so glad I found this. This web is great for planning a story! Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Book Writer, Fiction Writing, Writing Characters

8 Tips for Naming Characters -

An Esmerelda by any other name would be just as sweet, wouldn’t she? I think not. What we name our characters is important. If you’re like me, the story swirling around in your head can’t begin to mesh until you’ve found just the right name. Here are some tips. 1. Ethnicity While many people these …

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How To Write Your First Book

Twenty-one successful authors — including Junot Díaz, Charlaine Harris, Dean Koontz, and George Saunders — tell how they overcame writer's block, completed, and sold their debut titles.

Never ceases to be inspire me… the works of depression era photographer Dorothea Lange. mpdrolet: “ Rural shacktown, near Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1939 Dorothea Lange ” Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Time Pictures, Photos Du, Old Photos, Dorothea Lange Photography, Fotografia Social, Dust Bowl, Documentary Photographers

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How to Fit Writing Into Your Life: 6 Tips Based on My Writing Process - Natasha Lester Author of If I Should Lose You and What is Left Over,.>>>>for goal- and schedule-oriented people, but the organization is beautiful Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Start Writing, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Strategies, Fiction Writing, Writing Ideas

How to Fit Writing Into Your Life: 6 Tips Based on My Writing Process - Natasha Lester, Author

If you want to know how to fit writing into your life, Author Natasha Lester shows you how she juggles writing with everything else in life.

"You must understand that when you are writing a novel, you are not making anything up. It's all there and you just have to find it." Thomas Harris // but can we talk about how this is the guy that wrote the Hannibal books Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Motivation, A Writer's Life, Writers Write

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"You must understand that when you are writing a novel, you are not making anything up. It's all there and you just have to find it." Thomas Harris

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The Challenges and Experiences I Faced When Writing My First Book

I’ve been in full stream writing my new book on Connectional Intelligence (Macmillan, Feb 2015). It’s been a whirlwind process, lots of work, research, mind share–and one of great learning...