Laughter Lifts the Heart
Several years into it, and this blog still refuses to be categorized. It's eclectic and includes everything from writing posts to snippets from my ordinary life.
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Tag Archives: research
Unusual Source of Inspiration
Recently, the Writers on the Storm chapter of ACFW went on a field trip to the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston. Yes, you read that right–a funeral museum. Once you get over the morbidity of the idea, you realize just … Continue reading
Posted in Misc. Tagged fiction writing, museums, National Museum of Funeral History, research, Writing 11 Comments
Joseph Finder’s Odd Dog
If you’ve looked at my sidebar recently, you know I’ve got Joe Finder’s latest “Nick Heller” thriller on my bedstand. This book releases June 21, but I’m one of the lucky few who won a pre-release copy on Goodreads. My … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tagged Buried Secrets, Company Man, dogs, English Mastiff, Joseph Finder, research, Shar-Pei 6 Comments
Writer’s Digest published an article by Craig Silverman in their November/December 2009 issue called “Regret the Error?” about having errors in our published works. We’ve all seen typos and factual errors in books. As much as the authors pray their works … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tips Tagged Craig Silverman, mistakes, proofreading, Regret the Error, research, typos, Writer's Digest 8 Comments