On a visit to New Zealand recently, I took over one hundred photos in one day at an important setting in my current manuscript. Many were of signs and haven’t been referred to in the story, but having those photos gave me a choice to choose what would best fit. Continue reading “More on research methods”
Tag: research for history
Research is a fundamental part of writing. Sometimes we think we know everything about a topic or place, but it’s always wise to check the facts. Readers are savvy, and an error can pull them right out of your story.
One of the most common approaches I use for research is other novels, and here’s why they are my first point of reference: Continue reading “Research”