At Last–My Research Class is Here
The question I get asked most often is how I do my research. It’s a tricky question to answer–every book is different, every research question is different, every source is different.
But I did my best to boil it down into one half-hour class. Watch this class on Skillshare, and get 2 months free with this link: https://skl.sh/3cYTfsK.
Whether you’re writing fiction, nonfiction, reported journalism, essays, or memoir, you’re probably going to have to do some amount of research.
We’ll look at how to use scientific and academic sources, and how to track down experts in any field. We’ll look at historical sources, like old newspapers and archives. We’ll talk about genealogical resources, like Census records and other public documents. I’ll show you how I conduct interviews, and when I hire expert help. I’ll tell you how to spot faulty information and keep it out of your work.
Finally, I’ll teach you to be a skeptic! How do you know what you know? How do you verify your facts?
Whatever kind of writing project you’re embarking on, this class will help you up your research game.