For any author—whether writing fiction or non-fiction—research is usually a crucial part of the process in creating a book. Once you've done the research, there's the need to store and access the information you've found. Research is pointless if you can't access the material you have accumulated.
This note looks at my research and information gathering process from end-to-end as an integrated flow of information. In particular, it focuses on the processes and tools I use to find, review, store, and retrieve information.