We all have some knowledge about other things that we can throw into our writing: we might ride horses, camp in the forest frequently, or even know how to knit. It’s the little details that make a story. However, don’t just assume that because you ride a motorbike that you know all the ins and outs of riding a snowmobile. If you are going into the details (rather than leaving things somewhat generic and vague), then ensure that you have those little details correct. Someone will call you up on it if you don’t.
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