It’s your puzzle. Do it any way you like.
I have some friends at Google who told me years ago when they were doing studies of what people are Googling, most of the things were obvious. It was Lady Gaga and some name in the news. But sometimes there would just be these things that came from out of the blue, like the capital of Angola. They wondered why would people suddenly be searching for this and they traced it back. It was the New York Times crossword, especially the Friday, Saturday and Sunday puzzles which are the most challenging.
Will Shortz has been the crossword editor of The New York Times since 1993 and the puzzle master for NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday since 1987. He's also the founder and director of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. Shortz sold his first puzzle professionally when he was 14. He is the only person in the world to hold a college degree in Enigmatology, the study of puzzles, which he earned from Indiana University in 1974.