Investigative journalists aren’t as many in the mainstream as they used to be, but they’re still there, though most have surfaced into other viable media, in what is known as the the alternative.
And an interesting thing is that out of the top 6 books I’ve read, 4 of them have been written by Investigative Journalists, namely:
With their books in my top 6 being:
And a number of things makes them very good reading for me are:
Easy To Read
Written in plain language
Good Stories and multiple stories
Thought Changing Ideas and Concepts
They generally try out the stuff themselves
And they also do really good interviews and talks, which adds immensely to what they have written.
Daniel Coyle Interview
James Nestor Interview
Malcolm TED Talk
This is why I love reading and listening to interviews, for one can come across 1 or 2 ideas and concepts which can positively effect and change what ones does, and is why I love going to multiple sources, for then one isn’t clouded by any authors potential biases and views