by John Briggs Turning facts and figures into a compelling story. It’s been said that the best non-fiction reads like a fast-paced thriller. And it should read like solid fiction with one exception – everything in it has to be true. So how does a non-fiction writer keep you on the edge of… Read More What Makes Non-Fiction Read Like Fiction?
by Kate Colby If you’re reading this, I assume you want to be or already are a writer. I also assume that there’s a decent chance you want to be a full-time author. So, if that’s you, let me ask you two difficult questions: Why do you write? And why do you want… Read More Why Do You Write?
by ARHuelsenbeck Don’t you just love to lose yourself in a true story, whether it features romance, mystery, or humor? Reading how other people live life can enrich yours. People like to read about four kinds of personal experiences: those that are universal, those that show a person overcoming obstacles or recovering from… Read More Writing Personal Experience