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Researching Your Story – A Four-Step Strategy (via Let The Words Flow)

Today’s post was a toss up between a writing prompt (which I’ll be doing tomorrow), and this reblog. I chose the reblog because I’m too lazy to do the prompt right now, and because I’ll actually be doing some research for the writing I’ll be doing on The Monster in July. Enjoy!

Researching Your Story - A Four-Step Strategy by Julie Eshbaugh ~~~ Unless you’re writing a book about your own life, chances are you’ll have to do some sort of research before you can say your novel is finished. (Even if your book IS about your own life, you’ll probably have to refer to your family albums, at the very least!) Historical settings, legal proceedings, and medical conditions are just a few examples of story components that would require research. The object of this post is to s … Read More

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