Copyright 2012 Shannon L. Buck: How to Live the Freelance Life
April 15, 2012
Writing Non Fiction
In all honesty, when I was young and knew I wanted to write I did not want to write nonfiction at all. I wanted to write novels.
Now, I like writing non fiction. It can be much fun.
To write non fiction, write what you know and love. It can make all the difference in the world. Writing about what we enjoy lightens up the work. Makes it more fun. Ask yourself what you are an expert at. What can you teach others if you choose to write about it?
Create a series of articles about a topic that you are passionate about. Submit them to an article directory.
Quick Writing Tip
Write blog posts while watching television during the evening hours.
5 Writing Prompts
eBook Idea: How I began My Freelance Writing Career
eBook Idea: What My Freelance Writing Career has Taught Me
Special Report Idea: 10 Tips for the Freelancer
Special Report Idea: How to Market Your eCourse
Article Idea: What is Social Networking
You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you. ~Ray Bradbury
In my Special Report, Your Teen Can Help Your Freelance Career, you will see how it is possible for your teenager to help you out while you are building your freelance career and how much, if anything, you should pay him or her for that help.
Teens can be a big help with:
* Their younger siblings.
* Keeping up the house.
* Your business tasks.
In this special report, A Freelancer’s Helper, I will show you the value of having people to help you with every day tasks while you work. Each person will have different needs, and this report will help you to decide what help would be best for your circumstances.