Writers: Use Your Public Library’s Best-Kept Research Secret

nonfictionAwardRight where you live.

Someone who’ll save you time researching any topic you want.

No, it’s not a website.

Stop at your public library’s children’s department. Find a non-fiction book on your desired topic.

Don’t say you’re too old for children’s books.

Children’s authors take complex subjects and make them easy to read. Get an introduction on any subject through children’s nonfiction. They’ll hit the high points for you, giving you a jump on the competition (or that deadline). Save time. Save money.

Look at the children’s titles as a more-fun version of CliffsNotes.

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