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Monday, January 12, 2015 Today I'm interviewing bestselling author Marie Lavendar who prefers a gel pen to a keystroke and a journal page to a computer. When asked if she had any quirks she admitted that while she doesn't write in the shower, she does find herself working on scenes in there. I had to… Continue reading Author Interview on Rachael Stapleton’s blog
Check out my article on how to do research with your writing today on Belinda Y. Hughes’ blog!
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When my friend Belinda suggested the topic of how to do your homework when writing historical romances, I thought I’d take it a step further since I have done all kinds of research in my writing career. Research is a dual-edged sword. It can be a total blast if you’re into learning about new things. On the other hand, it can be a real pain when it’s difficult to find the right information. No matter what stage of writing you’re at, you will, at some point, need to look something up.
First of all, let me get the big question out of the way, the one I was arrogant enough to ask myself so many years ago. This coming from someone who wasn’t a fan of history class, but loved reading historical romance. Cue the irony.
“Why is research so important?”
Indeed! Why should we go to…
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