I was wondering, how important is it to get things right in a story? For example, you often hear from police officers how annoyed they are at all the cop shows getting things wrong all the time. And yet, millions of people who aren’t working in law enforcement will enjoy and believe that the shows are portraying the issue fairly accurately. Same goes for any profession, activity or a location - even if some, or most of your readers, won’t know much about something that you incorporated into the story, how important is it to you to actually get things right, to portray things realistically? Do you think that we as writers have any responsibility towards the reader not to misinform them? How far do you go in finding out details about something you want to write but have no first-hand knowledge of? Do you simply imagine it, reference other stories or movies, do you try to find someone who has first hand knowledge or do you try to experience it for yourself? Would you even write about something you know very little about?