Tag Archives: historical fiction

Writing About Espionage in the 18th Century

Not the easiest research subject since much of the tactics used then are still active today. Weird considering how the advancement of technology has evolved drastically over the last 235 years. Today’s date is 7-11-11. Your history tip of the … Continue reading

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Revisiting Chapters & Characters

Revised 3 chapters yesterday and 2 so far today. Finding a few missing trinkets and adding new pieces from my trip. I think the break from the book was good. Things are clicking now. Very excited. Today I workshop with … Continue reading

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The Revolution of The Bean

The story of the discovery of the bean is said to be of the goat herder, Kaldi, who noticed his flock was quite bouncy and full of pep after nibbling on the tree with bright red berries, he tried it … Continue reading

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Redemption and Freedom

Anella has made her way out of the house. Saving her children and confronting John Paul have landed her in jail. Admitting to killing Annabelle, she now faces hanging. Will Xavier save her? Will Xavier get Hannah and her brothers … Continue reading

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Do I Dare Restructure the Novel?

I am struggling on book 1, basically I’m bored with it. Having to dig pretty deep to find something of interest to happen in 1777. All the historical parts are politics, which is what our country was founded on, but … Continue reading

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