Today’s post goes out to all those Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN) participants writing a complete nonfiction book in 30 days or less. It’s also for all those who signed in as WNFIN participants with the hope of winning Rochelle Melander’s new book Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (And Live to Tell About It)–but didn’t–because they wanted to utilize the tips it offers this month while they composed their book. (To see who won, read this post.)
Rochelle is my guest blogger today, and she offers five steps for successfully writing a book in a month. If you want to meet your WNFIN goals…or write a nonfiction book fast any time, read on! Her advice is invaluable. (Please follow this link to read the post. All Write Nonfiction Now! posts this month dovetail those at Write Nonfiction in November. You get 30 days’ worth of posts rather than just 12 in November. It’s a great deal! But you do have to click through.)
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