Non-fiction books enable us as readers to expand our minds and enrich our lives. There’s a book on every topic imaginable, and we have an insatiable appetite for it all.
This is great news for you as a non-fiction writer because it means you have a unique opportunity to make a positive and meaningful contribution to someone’s life with YOUR words.
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When I began freelancing many moons ago, the biggest challenge I faced was working with little kiddies in tow.
My work and home life seemed to be a constant juggling act, as I flitted between writing, washing, editing, nap-times, editing, school runs, cooking, editing, and everything else in between.
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“No Thanks. Not for us.”
All new writers who’ve thrown themselves into the publishing ring have heard these words at one point. It softens the blow, somewhat, to know that even your writing mentors have faced the same experience at some time in their career.
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As a new or budding author, everyone and his mother will tell you to use blogging to promote your new business book. And they would, of course, be right.
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As a working mum of three, I’ve got into the habit of planning my ‘New Year’ with their new academic year in September.
With this in mind, I’ve come up with my short list of resolutions for a more profitable year of freelancing.
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