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1. What is the most unusual thing you’ve ever done in the name of research for a book?
Hm, I don’t think I’ve actually ever done anything that unusual. I haven’t had to do anything weird for my books and research… yet 😀
2. Name a non-fiction book you’ve read for research that you wouldn’t have read otherwise. Not including writing craft books.
Roman Art and Architecture by Mortimer Wheeler. Not the most exciting book in the world, but very interesting. I don’t normally read books on architecture, but I learned a lot reading this one, and I think it really helped for writing my historical romance.
3. If you could travel anywhere to do research for a book, including back in time, where would you go?
Oh! Possibly medieval times (a popular answer I am guessing :D), I’d like to see what it was actually like and how the social structure really worked. Also, to get a real feel of the environment would be awesome.
A great set of questions for this week. Now visit LaNora Mangano and see how she answered 🙂
> Stolen- Final edits. (Still to do: Cover, blurb, final read-out, formatting, marketing).
> The Queen’s Jester- Final edits. (Still to do: Cover, blurb, final read-out, formatting, marketing).
> Third Manuscript- Editing, 2/3 copies back from readers. (Still to do: Final edits, cover, blurb, final read-out, formatting, marketing).
April E-Book Review: Book read. Review ready.