non fiction writing

Non Fiction Writing Quote – Robert W. Lucas

Successfully, writing non fiction articles and books requires a mastery of effective writing skills (e.g. grammar, punctuation, and syntax). It also requires the ability to adequately research and gather information, data, concepts and ideas related to the writer’s subject in order to visually paint an image with words in the mind of readers. When you are ready to begin writing non …

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Nonfiction Writing Contest Could Win Your $500

LUMINA hosts an annual national literary contest in a single genre, whose winners receive publication in the journal and a $500 prize. Submit your best nonfiction piece, 5K words or less. All rights revert to author upon publication. Cheryl Strayed, New York Times bestseller author, will judge. For additional information, visit

Communicate Effectively to Your Nonfiction Readers

One key to successfully writing nonfiction is to provide timely, accurate and, in some cases, detailed information on your topic, written in a reader-friendly format. For the latter point, find your own writers voice (what and how you will deliver your message) by deciding things, such as, (1) Your purpose for choosing the topic and writing about it, (2) What you …

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Creating Income from Nonfiction Book Writing

In these unsteady times where an organization that you might be part of is experiencing downsizing, rightsizing or in some cases, capsizing, as a norm, or in a situation where you are dependent on clients or others, wouldn’t it be nice to have a safety net that you control. This is possible for those who create nonfiction books and associated products …

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