Guest post by T. James from his blog,
Today I would like to introduce a longtime online friend of mine, Rich Weatherly, a writer who specialises in poetry and short stories with a modern-day or near-historical setting. He may single-handedly be pioneering the literary thriller as a genre. As well as being an all-round “good egg” as we British like to say—because all non-British know we learn English from Mary Poppins-like matriarchs—Rich is also methodical and thorough. So when it comes to meticulous research, Rich can definitely “bring it”—who says I don’t cater for a broad cultural audience? Anyhow, he seemed like the ideal person to answer a few questions on research and its importance in the writing process, so without further ado…
3 responses to “Get Your Facts Straight: An Interview On Research For Writers With Rich Weatherly”
Excellent interview Rich and T. James. Closed Door Trilogy is an wonderful read.
I will vouch for the authenticity of Toxic Solutions. At no time did I believe the story was far-fethced or burdend with too much description. It was a perfect blend. Well done indeed.
Thank you, Jeff for the comment and for your review!
I like it