Tag Archives: Research

Lachine Rapids Then and Now

THEN I took advantage of a trip my husband and I took two weeks ago to visit friends to do just a bit more research for my book, The Confederation Diary of Rosie Dunn, in Ottawa and Montreal. In Ottawa … Continue reading

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The Other Elizabeth and the War of 1812

We’re celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812 this year and to that end I’m showcasing my book, The Other Elizabeth, here in my blog. It’s the story of a girl who goes to Upper Canada Village with … Continue reading

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Starting a new book and I have a question

How do you handle your research? Do you do as much as you can before you start writing, or do you research as you go along? I seem to belong to the first group. I research exhaustively until I know … Continue reading

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Research: Undiscovered treasure

  The photo above is of the launch for A Desperate Road to Freedom, a book that took an incredible amount of research. Find out more about it at http://www.karleenbradford.com When visiting schools and libraries, I ask the students to … Continue reading

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Caravaggio Exhibit

I’m in Ottawa, Canada, to do research for my new historical novel, but yesterday I took advantage of the opportunity to see the Caravaggio exhibit that is visiting here. It is an excellent display of Caravaggio’s paintings and the paintings … Continue reading

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