Adventure History Blog

Amelia Earhart Mystery Part 4

The Amelia Earhart Mystery Part 4

Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan left Lae, New Guinea, on 2 July 1937, flying to Howland Island, 4,120 km (2,560 miles) ...
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How Deep is the Ocean 1

How Deep is the Ocean? A New Understanding

Whether we fly over it, sail across it, or simply stand on a shore to stare at it, the ocean appears immense. But this is ...
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Get Your Book Published

Get Your Book Published Methods and Myths

Getting a book published is a process. Part of that process is knowing how to submit your manuscript and, importantly, what to ...
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The Other Amelia Earhart Mystery Part 3

The Other Amelia Earhart Mystery Part 3

By 1936, Amelia Earhart was the most famous female aviator in America. But as the world struggled through the Great Depression, she ...
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Elevator Pitch for Authors

The Elevator Pitch for Authors

Most first time authors do not have the right attitude to the elevator pitch. They think they are selling the story, but they're not. Read ...
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Amelia Earhart Mystery

The Other Amelia Earhart Mystery – Part 2

In 1928, Amelia Earhart was plucked from obscurity by publisher George Putnam and made famous. Her fame was based on her being ...
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Critical Factors For New Authors

Critical Factors For New Authors

Many potential authors are talented, literate, and start a project, such as a novel, full of enthusiasm. At first the words are ...
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The Other Amelia Earhart Mystery

The Other Amelia Earhart Mystery

Amelia Earhart: A History of Toxic Relationships with Men Her father was Edwin Earhart and he was an alcoholic who repeatedly wasted ...
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Why Writers Block is a Myth

Why Writer’s Block is a Myth

Solutions for when your writing is stuck This article is a result of an interview I did with Nick Hogle on the ...
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