Writers Digest Best Writer's Site -
Preditors and Editors Best Writers Info Site Rob
Parnell presents: "The Easy Way to Write
Non-Fiction for Publication & Profit!"
that I've always said the chances of getting non-fiction
published over fiction was a full 1000%?
And that's with a traditional publisher! Like Random
House, Penguin or Allen and Unwin!
a fabulous 1 in 5 chance of having YOUR BOOK in a high
street book store, rather than 1 in 50 to 100
chance for fiction.
Well its STILL true - even TODAY - you are 10
to 15 TIMES more likely to get a non-fiction
book published than a novel. Its a fact.
Plus, on average, a non-fiction book will take a writer
just a quarter or even a fifth of the time youd
spend on a fiction manuscript.
And you know what that means?
By 3 to 6 months time you could see results. Yep,
Publication, advances, respect. A career in writing
But you need to get it right, dont you - first time
Which is why I developed this new course of lessons on Writing
Non-Fiction That Sells - and re-issued it TODAY
as one easy download.
It comes from yours truly and a mega talented non-fiction
author by the name of Mary Lombardo (youve probably
seen her name in bookstores and on Amazon). Shes
got a publishing list as long as your arm.
Weve made sure that everything were going to
teach you is up to the minute, factual and more than
do-able. Just follow the dots and bam, youll have a
non-fiction book out there - or just a proposal if you
don't want to write it first! - with a serious chance of
publication - within just a few weeks. Guaranteed.
This is what this one stop course covers:
Lesson 1: Nonfiction vs Fiction: And the
All You Ever Wanted To Know About Non-fiction; Getting
the Most Out Of This Workshop; Finding A Good Place and
Time to Work; Writing Tools That Help; Banishing
Beginning Blues and Writers Block - Forever.
Lesson 2: Ideas and Audience
Where Can I Find Ideas? The Island of Opportunities:
Recording Ideas; Choosing a Topic; Looking At Things A
Different Way; How Much Information Do I Need? Research
Made Simple; Going to the Source; Keeping On Track,
Lesson 3: Getting Focused
Getting Focused; What is a Topic Sentence? Brainstorming;
Intriguing, Throat Grabbing Concepts
Lesson 4: Lists and Outlines
A Cunning Look at Length; A New Way to Outline; The First
and Best List; Reviewing Other Non-fiction Sources
Lesson 5: Constructing Order from
Numbering and Ordering; Forming Chapters and Subheadings;
Choosing Chapter Titles; Building an Annotated Outline;
Lesson 6: The Search for Agents,
Publishers & Guidance
Agents vs Publishers, A Personal Decision; Magazine
Articles Are Different; The Right Publishers and Agents;
A Little Guidance Please.
Lesson 7: At Last the Writing Begins
You Are Prepared! Using the Annotated Outline; Which
Chapters First? Start Off With a Bang. Easy Work Time.
Lesson 8: Making Your Writing the Best
It Can Be
Fast & Furious; Rewriting & Rewriting &
Rewriting. Fine-Tuning; Using the Basic Elements of Good
Writing; Organization; Voice; Mechanics; Choosing the
Best Words; Appearance Counts.
Writing a Query Letter That Sells Your MS:
When and Why; Format; Paragraph by Paragraph; Sample:
Putting Together a Book Proposal That
When and Why; Section by Section; A Generic Proposal;
Beefing Up Your Resume; Putting It All Together
Off to the Post Office; Celebrating; The Writing Goes On
or Not! Rejecting Rejection; Revising, Re-editing,
Rethinking; Never Say Die; Planning Your Glittering
And the price - well, just for one day, you're not going
to believe your luck!