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How much research do you do when you write?

How much research do you do when you write?

Is it fiction or non-fiction? Who’s your audience? What is your goal?

I was starting up an article about Morning People versus Night People and I was going to just jolly along and write whatever I knew about it–mostly that I’m a morning person and that pretty much a waste of time after 3 PM. But a quick search gets me to Morning Person or Evening Person? How your Body’s Clock Affects Your Life. Should I write what I was going to write or read this and then write what I was going to write, but then be a little bit more informed? I suppose the answer lies in what I want to accomplish with my post.

I don't know much about photography, technically, but I just love what it can do. Is that good enough?

I don’t know much about photography, technically, but I just love what it can do. Is that good enough?

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