Holla, writers! Good to see you for the Insecure Writers Support Group started by Alex J Cavanaugh.
Join us HERE to share insecurities, worries, tips, and celebrations. Let's talk research. How do you research unfamiliar topics to increase the authenticity of your writing? My WIP Spiked (Blocked #3) has two main characters: * Mateo is a music performance major with diabetes * Jessica is an art major on the varsity swim team I have part lungs, part gills after swimming all my life, so I'm good with that aspect of the story. But I know very little about the intricacies of music, art, and diabetes.
Thank goodness for Professor Google. For this story, I've consulted the inter webs for ideas about college curriculums, acoustic guitars, and the Secret Service. Of course there's a lot of crap on the internet, but I try to verify information with two or three sites. Human capital is awesome for research, too. Lovely reader Nelly Guajardo guides me with the diabetes aspects and my kickbutt crit partner Nicki Elson helps me as well. How do you research? Happy writing!
Hi, I'm Jen, psychologist/author (psycho author) in Columbus, Ohio. I write sports romance and romantic suspense with a psychological twist. My latest release is sports romance SPIKED (Blocked #3). I love laughing, swimming, and volleyball.