Tag Archives: hands-on research

I LOVE RESEARCH

Winter has me thinking about getting away to somewhere warm. Since I can’t do that right away, I thought I’d revisit a previous trip that yielded both warmth and a research bonanza. I wrote a bit about this in an … Continue reading

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ADVENTURES IN RESEARCH

Susan Vaughan here. I’ve written about this adventure—more correctly, misadventure—before, but readers and other writers have encouraged me to share it again. I think they need a chuckle or two. A few years ago the Romance Writers of America conference … Continue reading

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Tips on Research: Hands-On Research

Welcome to another installment of an irregular series of posts on research. The material that follows is adapted from How To Write Killer Historical Mysteries: The Art and Adventure of Sleuthing Through the Past (Perseverance Press, 2008) by Kathy Lynn … Continue reading

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