I hear this goal all of the time from people I meet in the business world. Countless numbers of people over the years have proclaimed their desire to write a book, but only a small percentage will actually make their book a reality. Others get stuck mid-way. It is a vulnerable experience to write and share your book with the world. It can feel as if it puts you, the author, under the microscope and opens you up to criticism and feedback that you may not want to hear.
How To Write A Nonfiction Book: Your Step-By-Step Guide
Writing Nonfiction: An Alternative Path to Becoming a Professional Writer
You may not have considered writing nonfiction professionally, especially if your career goal has always been "novelist. Here are some points to consider The demand for good nonfiction outstrips the demand for fiction by a wide margin. For most people, fiction is something they read strictly for pleasure. Nonfiction is something people must also read for work, school, or to manage their lives. It's non-optional, and that means there's a lot more of it.
An Introduction to Literary Nonfiction
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There are many aspects of writing non-fiction, in particular, and on this page, I outline some of them, as well as listing some interviews that might help on your author journey. Just click on the links for more. Why write a non-fiction book? Can I write a non-fiction book if I'm not an expert? Business Models for Non-Fiction Books.