Researching your nonfiction book is one of the first steps you’ll take in your author journey. When you require more than just your own expertise and knowledge to complete your book, put your best foot forward by consulting the research tools listed below.
This is not an exhaustive list – you may be able to find research tools more directly related to your specific topic or area of interest. For example, if you are writing true crime, your research may involve reviewing court documents or visiting the scene of a crime. But, these tools can help get you on the right track and build a solid foundation for your nonfiction book. Soon, you’ll want to begin organizing your research materials and outlining your book. Luckily, there’s plenty of writing software that can streamline the entire process for you. If you need information on how to properly cite your sources of information, read Citation Best Practices for Nonfiction.
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