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The Search For A Story When Writing a Book: How to Separate the Suck

The Search For A Story When Writing a Book: How to Separate the Suckby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Ishabelle Torry, author of To Wish Upon A Roman As an author and history major still in the midst of my studies enrolled in a university, I often research history that I find to be boring. Why? Because I have to in order to earn my degree, of course! My preferences in […]

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How Does One Become a Courtesan?

How Does One Become a Courtesan?by Guest Blogger

Guest Post by Gabrielle Kimm, author of The Courtesan’s Lover First of all, thank you so much for inviting me onto your blog! Your question – ‘how does one become a courtesan?’ did make me smile.  I wondered at first how a classified ad might read: Career Opportunities for the Broad Minded: Thinking of making […]

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Castello and Cafaggiolo

Castello and Cafaggioloby Guest Blogger

by Gabrielle Kimm, guest blogger and author of His Last Duchess Thank you so much for inviting me onto your blog.  You ask about castles – I thought I’d tell you a bit about what I discovered when I went to Italy to research the locations for His Last Duchess. I travelled to Ferrara with […]

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