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Research Reccomendations

Reported by seedhe | February 13th, 2019 @ 07:54 AM

Hello everyone! I figure this is as good a place as any to post this. I’m thinking of writing a story set at an offshore lighthouse in the late 1800-early 1900s (not sure as of yet). I really want it to feel authentic and be a detailed portrayal of that career/lifestyle.

Before I start deep diving into research at my local library and online, I wanted to see if any of you have any recommendations of books/websites/documentaries/diaries etc. that might be great to start with.

Any information would be appreciated but to be more specific, I’m looking for example into things like anecdotes, jargon, family dynamics, myths and lore, job specifics, challenges, primary sources, typical pay structure/employer, common backgrounds/qualifications, etc. I’m sure I will find a good bit of this in my research but any guidance would be appreciated.

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  • seedhe

    seedhe February 13th, 2019 @ 06:15 PM

    Any Updates???
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  • Jennifer

    Jennifer February 27th, 2019 @ 09:20 AM

    U need to go in detail about lifestyle of 1800 and 1900's.Now i suggest u google it,and u will find lot of information regarding it.And ya one suggestion,whatever u write keep it simple.SO that users find it interesting to read.Bcoz sometimes such an author uses too complicated language in writing about such topics,which makes it boring.All the best.Regards.

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  • Aida B. Wilson

    Aida B. Wilson March 2nd, 2019 @ 11:52 AM

    They aren’t going to need to know these want to write my essay for me kinds of thing, until things are getting pretty serious perhaps and you’re looking into family history! But until a time like that, it is a good idea to keep things general. If someone was trying to stalk you, then any small pieces of information can give them more to go on and to search online with. So make sure that you avoid this, and alarm bells should be ringing if they start to ask questions like this; they are not normal first date questions.

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