Even the best ideas profit from planning and a thought-out approach to proper structure before you write. This plan is tailored to take your nonfiction idea from inception to a robust (solid-story-structure) outline that your writing will benefit from.
It was a difficult decision to become a writer and make the transition. It took more than a year to come together. But I wrote and published my first book when I was 48. Since 2008, I’ve ghostwritten over 37 nonfiction and fiction books, written dozens of novellas, short stories and vignettes, and hundreds of essays, posts, and articles. Since 2009 (through my company Adducent), I’ve helped publish 80+authors and 94 titles (as of this writing).
Writing a memoir can be a profoundly personal and time-consuming process. Still, there are several strategies to write it more efficiently. Here are some ways to help you write your memoir faster.
A war was started to steal a nation’s treasure. It forever changed the world for Jews and Christians.
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“Just the facts, ma’am…” Los Angeles police detective Sergeant Joe Friday (actor Jack Webb) directed the witnesses he interviewed in the 50s/60s TV show Dragnet. They so often spun off into the realm of creative nonfiction, and he and his partner had no time for that. But those with compelling true stories should write their story in just that way and bring it to life for the reader.
Perhaps you want to write a book or to have one written for you. And when it comes to size, you think about the number of pages. Non-professional writers often do. But you should not focus on page count.
great way to start the morning is to receive an email containing this quote from Simon de Deney, who has done a fantastic job narrating the audiobook version of this series. “Wow. It’s such a beautifully structured piece of writing. It has that quality of surprising you while feeling inevitable.” I reached out to connect with Simon on LinkedIn and got this back: “And I ought to thank you as the series is one of the highlights of each year for me.”
“Three fundamental reasons why every leader should consider writing and publishing at least one book.” — from the article linked…
I’ve been part of the process 84 times now… and it’s still a thrill to see how ideas, experiences, and…