Day 11 of the Author Blog Challenge: What was your research process?
More than likely, even the most prosaic of fiction books will require at least a modicum of research. Historical fiction probably requires scads of investigation. And then there’s nonfiction, with research options also running the gamut. Today, our bloggers discuss their research process. This is the opportunity for our author participants to challenge themselves to post on their blogs for the 35 days in a row. Thanks so much to all who are READING our blog posts!
Each day, we have a prompt upon which the authors may base their blogs – or they may opt to write on the topics of their choice.
The Day 11 prompt is:
Describe the research process for your book. Did you interview people? Travel? How prominent a role did the Internet play? If you didn’t do new research, how did you learn what you needed to know to write your book?
AUTHORS – use the link below to add your Sept. 23rd post to our list!
READERS, be sure to check out our PARTICIPANTS page to see the list of bloggers who are taking part in the challenge, and READ THEM! Then, if you like what you read, be sure to share the posts on your social media networks so our bloggers get the best exposure possible.
If you’re just learning about the Challenge for the very first time, don’t let the late hour deter you from joining! Fill out the REGISTRATION FORM, read the Guidelines, and begin blogging away! You’ll qualify for the contest to win a $50 gift card to the bookstore of your choice IF you back-post for all the days you’ve missed so far AND add your name to the MisterLinky for each date. Details will be sent via email upon your registration.
We’ll check in nightly for a recap of the day’s best blog entries.
To overcoming writers’ block and coaxing our muses back to work!