What if you have to write a hub away from whatever you know?
Have you ever wrote about something you don't know anything about it? How do you get information?
I would simply google the topic and then use the information you find to write a story. Hope that helped.
Well I'm currently writing a series of lesser known serial killers. It takes a lot of leg work and research to find credible information. Some sites vary quite a bit on the facts. But the fun is that I get to learn while I'm writing and then pass on the knowledge that I've acquired!
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