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Another short summer post. My non-fiction summer research this year will centre on the research I still need to do for my sequel historical novel. It takes place mostly in Germany in the 1950s and 1960s, an era that I am … Continue reading
I have decided to take my NaNoWriMo novel from last year and re-write the whole thing from scratch. I wasn’t happy during November when I wrote it, nor at the end of the month when I crept over the finish line. … Continue reading
This spring I look forward to spend more time researching my historical NaNoWriMo novel from last year (a sequel to an old historical novel). One of my aspirations this year is to make sure that I research the period and geopolitical area … Continue reading
It is close now. Only a week left until the start of NaNoWriMo. Even though I have participated for years, I can’t help but feel excited that it is soon upon us. (If you haven’t heard about this writing challenge … Continue reading
This NaNoWriMo I had planned to do a sequel to my (unpublished) historical world war II novel. However a historical novel requires some (sometimes a lot) research. As I mentioned before I did not get as much writing and research done this … Continue reading
My summer holidays are often the time when I try to get some ‘fun’ research done. My university degree is in history and part of why I wanted to do history was because I love research. I love sitting in … Continue reading
I’m a historian by education. My day job as a gymnastics coach has nothing directly to do with my degree, but I use aspects of it everyday. I often use my research skills when working, but on a much more … Continue reading
In April, I participated in the A-Z challenge for the second time. The purpose is to write on your own blog ever day, but also to visit other blogs who partake in the challenge. You learn quite quickly to get a … Continue reading
Another A-Z challenge has come to an end. This was my second year participating and I’m really warming to this exercise. I love to find new creative blogs and see how other people have built up their posts and how … Continue reading
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