By Châu Mai
After spending weeks, months or even years to do an investigation, you want to write an interesting story that makes readers really want to read it.
“Your goal is to pull people in and your second goal is to keep them there,” Seattle Times investisgative reporter Ken Armstrong said.
He and Steve Fainaru, a senior writer with ESPN’s investigative and enterprise unit, shared their experience and tips in “Writing the investigative story.”
Fainaru, a 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner for International Reporting, said the main thing he learned from covering private security contractors in Iraq ...Read more ...