Category Archives: Writing Tips

A Surfeit of Riches: Reading in this New Age of Books

Mondays I try to post tips for readers and writers, but I’ve noticed that lately it’s been mostly writing tips because I did my genealogical series.  So today, I’m focusing on just readers.  Of course, a lot of writers are … Continue reading

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Genealogical Sources for Writers, part 4

Well, today is my last day of posting about genealogical sources for a while, although I’m likely to do more eventually.   My class starts next week and I just got an e-mail from Savvy Authors saying that I have … Continue reading

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Genealogical Sources for Writers, part 3

This is part 3 of a 4-week series discussing using genealogical sources you can use to help with your fiction writing as a foretaste of my class I will be teaching through Savvy Authors  starting two weeks from today.   … Continue reading

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Genealogical Sources for Writers, part 2

Last week I spent some time talking about how using a census could help a writer get some ideas for names and relationships as well as life-style details for their fiction.  I am going to be spending four weeks talking … Continue reading

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Genealogical sources for writers, part 1

In an effort to share some more meaty writing tips as well as hopefully drum up some interest in my class that starts 4 weeks from today, I thought I would start a short series of blogs about genealogical sources … Continue reading

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