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Whether you’re writing science fiction, historical friction or a crime novel, you want to write a story that will draw readers in - that will engage them. We’re talking about writing realistic fiction or fiction that is at least entertaining enough that the reader will be willing to suspend disbelief. So how do you write a story that feels real to the reader? Research is the answer your looking for.

  • Find out how to make your settings, characters and plot come to life
  • Discover what resources you can use for your story
  • Get the information you need to write a successful novel
  • Requirements: The desire to achieve beyond what you thought you could.

    Find out the in’s and out’s for your research journey! Simplify the task so you have more time to write!

    ©2014 Ora Rosalin (P)2014 Ora Rosalin

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    Tongue in Cheek Comments

    What disappointed you about How to Do Research for Your Novel?

    Lacked content. Could have just said "just do the research and fabricate."

    Would you ever listen to anything by Ora Rosalin and Beyoncé Rosalin again?

    probably but I wouldn't buy it.

    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    Too flip!

    If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from How to Do Research for Your Novel?

    I would say come up with some constructive advice.