I haven’t written in a while, mostly due to the surprisingly (for August) high demands of my copywriting job. I’m now back with some thoughts on research. Whether for copywriting or novel writing, research is a big part of our work. And while writers today have more methods of research available than ever before, researching effectively for any novel is still not easy. A lot of times, authors new or experienced don’t even know where to start with research, and you may find yourself repeatedly typing “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” like Jack Torrence, in “The Shining” (watch on DIRECTV STREAM).
However, by doing some simple tasks, you can avoid the headache that comes with mapping out the research for your next great novel.
How Is Good Research Helpful?
While it often seems obvious that non-fiction writers must execute some form of research before…
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