How much research do you do when writing? Do you love it, or hate it? Is it intensive or superficial.
I've done tons of research, but I can't stand it because it's usually when I'm in the middle of writing time, and I stop and go Crap, I need to know how to, or what is, or where is, etc.
While it's interesting, I almost wish I had a method to my madness so it didn't always take me away from my writing, you know, like having one of those . . . what are they called . . . outlines. ;)
I've never been an outline person. I just write. If I do ever get stuck I write down point A and point B and make notes about what I want to happen in between. Crazy I know, but then again, I'm a little crazy.
Tell me what kind of research you've done for your writing. Was it interesting? A drag?
Happy Friday everyone, here are my nibbles.
Random iPod shuffle song: Just Breathe by Pearl Jam
Book of the Week: Illegal by Bettina Restrepo. I just got it from Amazon and can't wait to read it.
Movie of the Week: Rain Man my mom gave it to me because she thought the girls would like it. I think she's probably right.
Quote of the Week: "Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing." ~ Werner von Braun
Have a great Easter/Passover/whateveryoucelebrateordon't