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If you decide to tell your story by writing it as family fiction, you’ve got choices to make. Many of these choices should precede your narrative summary writing.
What is a cooperative? And how do they figure into Wisconsin history, and modern Wisconsin?
In Part 5 of Write Your Family Story we’re talking about tension, the ebb and flow of suspense in a novel that keeps readers turning pages to the end. Tension is a must in a story. How do you create it and keep it going?
With fresh farm ingredients available in abundance, fall is the time to try heirloom recipes. This one, for “Pumpkin Pudding,” is from the 1840 cookbook Directions for Cookery in Its Various Branches, by Miss Leslie.