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Read. Read some more. Then read. Then Read some more. I have read over 200 books on my "Read" list on GoodReads and I haven't even added them all. In comparison, others have read a lot more. Read in English of course. Just read two books a month, and in a year, you will be at 24 books and in 5 years you will have 120 books. The more you fill your mind ...


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It depends what you mean by 'archaic'. For a wider cultural reference to Archaic England, see Harold Bayley's Archaic England. Halliwell's dictionary covers 14th century usage, and is particularly good on dialects. It references other works which you may find useful for other periods. Sweet's work is Anglo-Saxon in focus. There are several region-specific ...


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TL;DR - Read. Learn. Write. Finish what you write. Never stop repeating the cycle. Reading Reading and writing is a cultural conversation. People write books to say something. Other people read those books and a few of those write books in return. As Rhyous has pointed out in their fine answer, you should read. You want to write books and stories and ...



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