Most of you are well aware that November is filled with writing events. You can participate in Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN), National Novel Writing Month, November Poem a Day, and National Blog Posting Month. That’s why I declared November National Writing Month. For us nonfiction writers, WNFIN takes center stage; of course, I founded and run the challenge and blog, which is why all the blogs here link you to blogs there this month.
While the National Novel Writing (NaNoWriMo) folks say their “contest” revolves around writing any 50,000 words–not necessarily “good” words–in 30 days, WNFIN looks for good words or well-written words. Hopefully, by the end of the month you actually will have polished up or edited what you have written and be ready to submit them somewhere for publication.
That’s why I’m excited about today’s post by Judy Cullins, a book coach and author of 13 business books including How to Write your eBook or Other Short Book-Fast!, which focuses on writing well. She offers great and targeted advice on how to write well. The post also tells you how to write in such a way that you attract more readers. Every writer with dreams of publication should want readers–and lots of them. Some of you may have heard these writing tips before; they always bear repeating. For some of you they may be new. In either case, take them to heart; your writing will benefit–and so will your writing career.
To read her 5 nonfiction book writing mistakes and their solutions, click here.