Yesterday I explained why, in my opinion, writing what you know is good advice.
No one expects you to write complete nonfiction works of your life. No one expects you to base all of your fictional work on real life experiences.
You need a good balance between what you know and what you don’t know. I mean, let’s be honest here. If you’re writing fantasy, are you ever going to encounter a dragon? I’d say those chances are slim.
How do I write what I don’t know?
Research, research, research!
I was that kid in school who loved doing projects and essays that you needed to do research for.
Not mention that I’m a 90s kid so I grew up with the evolution of computers and technology. So any excuse to get me to be on the computer was good enough for me.
These days, the Internet is your best friend…
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