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openidwouldwork: (muuh)
Saturday, November 1st, 2014 01:21 pm
*sits down at desk with sharpened fingertips*
*straightens reference books* and *plots what to write up first* (cow stuff - again ;)
*goes has a look at NaNo forums*
*is greatly entertained*

Yeah, I'm going to get into the nano spirit of writing stuff up in November, don't want to develop Procrastinatinitis...

And there are always entertaining threads to read...
My favourites this far!
Witch Trials, Paganism and the Medieval Period (Team DoooOOOOOoooooOOOOMMMed)
Medieval Geography There is such a thing as a historical atlas... or a plain history book to begin with...
Where could you hide a moderately large city in Europe? Because... I has no words...

*cuddles booksies*
openidwouldwork: (*flails*)
Saturday, August 10th, 2013 11:57 am
Note to self: do not look at the nano pages again before November, it will just drive you up the walls. DO NOT READ!
openidwouldwork: (muuh)
Friday, November 2nd, 2012 01:01 pm
So, errrrm nano... not going all that well, writing-wise. I may be going a bit overboard on the research front. Possibly. )
openidwouldwork: (HappyPig)
Saturday, October 27th, 2012 02:07 pm
Ok, nano forums... I can't help myself, I have to share!

Sailing a rigged ship - starts out innocently enough...

Great Driving Roads, GB - for insight into US vs. European ideas of roads, towns and driving...

Schools + Americans in the UK - for the impossibility to turn two taps on...

Yachts: Exclusive european marinas and how to blow one up - because I can't help but wonder: has the op ever actually looked at a map of Europe?

Anyone know where to research white slavery in the 1860s? - for the cherry picking...

And a couple of interesting ones:

Historical Fiction pet peeves - *grins*

Germans and the German flag - has good points and insights