Writing Your Nonfiction Book : the complete guide to becoming an author
Ever wanted to share your passion, tell your story or pass on a skill? Here is your chance. Memoir, travelogue, history, how-to, self-help or textbook; you can write your own book with this fully comprehensive guide, which includes all the techniques and tips you need to plan, research, write, edit, choose publishing options and market your book. Becoming an author enables you to boost your career or business success, share your expertise and experience, inform readers on important issues, put the record straight, or leave a heritage for family and friends. Written in a reader-friendly style and focusing on your individual needs, Writing Your Nonfiction Book also contains a list of websites and a handy glossary of publishing and writing terms. Though suitable for beginners, there is much in this book for experienced writers of non-fiction, and even fiction. Whoever you are, your voice can be heard, your story told, because Writing Your Nonfiction Book leads you one step at a time through the whole process. Key selling books of the point are: This is the only truly complete guide, with equal emphasis on planning, research, writing, editing, publishing and marketing. It teaches the creative/narrative style of non-fiction, with specific advice for writing memoir, travel, history, textbooks, biography, how-to and self-help books. The book recognises the information needed by international writers, and lists support services and resources for various countries. Writing Your Nonfiction Book has been selected as a required text for international writing courses.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 156 x 234 x 12.19mm | 322.05g
- 28 Nov 2014
- Troubador Publishing
- Market Harborough, United Kingdom
`Don't write before you read this.' -- Amazon review `Essential how-to manual for writers of every sort.' -- Anne Stormont
About Trish Nicholson
A past tutor for the Open University, Dr Trish Nicholson's published works cover management, applied anthropology, and responsible travel. Recent books include travelogue, popular science, and writing craft for fiction and non-fiction.