Monthly Archives: March 2018

Novel Research – Part one; Books /Newspapers

In this series of blogs, I am going to try to formulate how I go about research and the sources I use. I was asked yesterday which I enjoyed most – the research or the writing. What a difficult question! … Continue reading

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Research Trips

Next week is my first research trip of the year – to Grimsby. Half of my new book is set there during World War 2. I am lucky to have aunts who still remember the war and can give me … Continue reading

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Pro Writing Aid

I received an email offer, money off ProwritingAid yesterday. It’s 25% off until today, March 18th, with a code I have been given, MARCHNL18 . I subscribed for a couple of years and thought it might be useful to discuss … Continue reading

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Holiday Reading

This week in Mallorca, I am catching up on research with The War at Home, volume 4 of The Centenary History of Australia and the Great War. It’s the perfect book for my current WIP. It does point out the … Continue reading

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Sadie’s Wars

I think I have found the title of my WIP. It came to me last night out of the blue as all the best titles should. As usual I had been overcomplicating things again by wanting Yarra or Yering in … Continue reading

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South Coast Book Show – March 4th

This is a new venture, thanks to the hard work of the organiser, Natasha Murray. Over fifty authors will be at Worthing Pier from 9.00 – 6.00 this Sunday, March 4th. If you are in the area, please pop in. … Continue reading

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