At the suggestion of a reader unfamiliar with blogs, here’s a simple site map for the main portal to A Novel of America:
Regular posts appear here. Items tagged as “Notes” derive from current research and reading.
When I begin writing the novel, my “Drafts” will be posted here.
The latest post or instalment is always at the top.
Posts can be commented on or bookmarked and shared.
All posts can be found via The Archives (see Column Two).
About the Project gives a brief overview, plus an invitation To All Readers to jump in and comment.
The Archives lists Posts (see Column One.) – These appear chronologically, which will make it easier to follow the story when the writing begins. – I will provide a link to a web page with the complete Draft.
Web Research Links cover the many areas I’m investigating. These are updated weekly.
Images provides an image bank collected as I go along. Maps are selected for relevance to locales and themes of the novel.
Books I’m Reading are exactly that rather than a core bibliography.
The Boston Pages comprise my earlier American research, as discussed in this post [Timing is Everything.] They give a good idea of how A Novel of America will unfold on this blog: The Outline, The Family Trees, Research Links and Notes, Clipping File. The Library and Notebooks are made public via Google
About the Writer provides links to my home page and published works.
THE BRIDGE is the companion blog to A Novel of America, where I discusss the nuts and bolts of the project.
Signature Posts are key items that take you behind the scenes.
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