What's the strangest thing you've ever googled in researching a story?
I really can’t think of anything strange. I’ve had to research several sports and locations. I researched a ton of items for my two non-fiction books.
Probably what other people would think was a strange thing for me to research was pregnancy and childbirth. (I actually sat down with a friend rather than Googling it.) But I’ve never been through it and I needed to know for my five book series.
Here are the prompts for November’s IWSG Instagram:
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Narrated by Nance Weber
A Barnes & Noble “5 Spooky New Middle Grade Books for Campfire Chills!”
“I only desire your talent...”
Twelve-year-old Lindsey McKay's biggest dream is to be a famous ballerina. But after moving to New York, she ends up at the Community Center with a teacher who’s a burly bear in tights.
When she meets Madame Destinée, the teacher of a top dance school who offers her classes for free, Lindsey can't believe her luck. In exchange, she must perform in the school’s exclusive midnight shows, ones sure to make her a star. But something’s not right...
One by one, the other dancers disappear. Each time they do, a music box with a figurine just like the missing ballerina joins Madame Destinée’s growing collection. If Lindsey doesn’t discover the truth about the dance school, she might end up a tiny figurine herself.
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What is the strangest thing you’ve ever Googled?