Three Things To Keep In Mind When Writing Non-fiction

I rarely read non-fiction books, but there have been times when I’ve picked up one and been hooked cover to cover. The way the books were crafted sucked me right in and gave me such a great experience. I cannot say the same for all non-fiction books. This got me thinking: as a reader of mostly fiction, what would a writer have to do to make me read a non-fiction book?

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Five Things To Keep In Mind When Writing Fantasy

Fantasy is one of my most beloved genres. Everything about a good fantasy book gets me all giddy. Discovering breathtaking worlds, fantastic beings and mild-blowing scenarios are just some of the few things that I love about this genre. But there are times when I pick up a book, all excited like a kid at a chocolate shop, only to toss it aside in disappointment after a few pages. There were even times when I thought I’d cry watching as a story with good potential go down the drain because of a simple mistake.

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5 Reasons You Are Not Able To Finish Your Novel And How To Fix It

As a writer, I am sure you’ve had moments when you are staring at your screen or your sheet of paper and have done nothing for hours but just blink at it. If you haven’t—seriously, what magic potion did you drink? For the those of you who have not come across this potion, I believe you know the feeling of seeing that cursor blink continuously or the irritation you give yourself by tapping your pen on your blank paper. You know what you want to write, and then you don’t. You write something, and then you cross it off. It keeps going on and you finally come back to where you began, which is essentially nothing. Here might be a few of the reasons why this is happening.

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