Some of you may not realize that this blog has a sister: Write Nonfiction in November. She only publishes posts for 30 days each year during the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge.
That’s because Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN) is not just a blog. Today marks the beginning of the fourth annual Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN) challenge. All over America and possibly the world, nonfiction writers are starting a variety of projects—books, e-books, booklets, articles, essays, information projects, book proposals—with the intention of finishing them in 30 days. While they write, they read the blog, which is filled with tons of great information on how to get their projects written and published. (For more information, click here. To take the challenge, just begin writing…or let me know you’re doing so here.)
Because of the close relationship between Write Nonfiction NOW! and Write Nonfiction in November, and, more importantly, because of the fabulous information offered during WNFIN, over the course of the next month, the blog posts here will direct you to WNFIN. In this way, you’ll have easy access to the 27 or so superb expert guest blog posts written by some of the most highly regarded experts I know without having to subscribe to a new blog or go to another blog site. (I write the additional 3 posts to round out the month.)
In addition to introducing the WNFIN challenge, the first WNFIN post offers four ways to write a book, e-book, article, or any other piece of nonfiction fast while building author platform and promoting your work. To read it, click here.
I hope you enjoy reading the WNFIN 2010 posts here. They offer extremely valuable information. In fact, by running this challenge for the last two year, I have become an “expert on the experts” in the publishing field and gained a tremendous amount of information on what it takes to become a successful author. By reading WNFIN’s most current posts and perusing the archives, you will , too.