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Editor's Notes #73, Research, Best Friend or Worst Enemy?
June 15, 2009
Hello,

I wanted to write thrillers,
and my life was not thrilling.

-- Joseph Finder


In this issue:

1. Research: A writer's best friend and a writer's worst enemy
2. Tickled my funnybone
3. Interesting Web site
4. Your turn

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1. Research: A writer's best friend and a writer's worst enemy
I appreciate all the writing tips readers submit to http://www.writershelper.com/writingtips.html#INV. But when I found a jewel by a well-published author, I thought I should point it out to all of you.

In this tip, Joseph Finder explains how to handle the double-edged sword of research. You can read his full text at http://www.writershelper.com/research-a-writers-best-friend-and-a-writers-worst-enemy.html

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2. Tickled my funnybone
“Astronaut Takes Blame for Gas in Spacecraft”

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3. Interesting Web site
If you like Joe Finder's article, you may very well like some of his other writing tips. Dip into his blog at

http://www.joefinder.blogspot.com/

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4. Your turn
Do you have a writing tip others would appreciate? All you have to do is type it into the form on this page
http://www.writershelper.com/writingtips.html#INV. Then others can follow your lead.

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