In 1492, three ships set sail. Ahead—the unknown high seas that no one had dared to cross. Where will Christopher Columbus and his men land? Will they discover a New World? Will they return alive to tell the tale? Would you sail with Columbus? What would you DO?
you're new to fiction writing, this book's for you! (updated version!)
Are you tired of waiting for the novel in your head to magically appear? Tired of being told to “write a little bit a day every day?” How’s that advice working for you? It’s not … is it?
If it was, your novel would be done. But I hear you. When I first learned how to write a novel, that “helpful” information … wasn't. I went slowly, writing a little each day like all the authors told me to. Then I'd get disinterested or distracted and my novel would get DEStructed!
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On Thursday, December 16, 1773, an estimated seven dozen men, many amateurishly disguised as Indians - then a symbol of freedom - dumped about £10,000 worth of tea in the harbor. Whatever their motives at the time, they unleashed a social, political, and economic firestorm that would culminate in the Declaration of Independence two and a half years later.
Police Sergeant Michael Rose – old-fashioned rural policeman, although he 33 years old, t. e. He belongs to a new generation of police. In the English village of offenses occur (eg, noisy teenagers in the cemetery at night, when they should be at home, and in the cemetery at night usually noisy only spirits of witches), but nothing that would be of a detective mystery until it is stolen valuable painting of the famous painter . .
Explore With Jacques Cartier (Travel With the Great Explorers)
French navigator Jacques Cartier was born on December 31, 1491, in Saint-Malo, Brittany, France, and was sent by King Francis I to the New World in search of riches and a new route to Asia in 1534. His exploration of the St. Lawrence River allowed France to lay claim to lands that would become Canada. He died in Saint-Malo in 1557.