Want to take part in NaNoWriMo, but fiction just isn’t your bag? Never fear (not that you delightful pragmatists would), you, too, can take part in the month-end deadline of writing a full-length non-fiction work. From Brian A. Klems‘ “The Writer’s Dig”, published author Nina Amir gives us an 8-point list on the best ways to prepare for writing your entire non-fiction work in just one month!
Read the entire article by clicking the link below, and enjoy an excerpt about how it doesn’t have to be a book that you write, but any length of non-fiction work would do in the “Write Non-fiction in November Challenge (WNFIN).” [Especially considering the amount of research you’d likely need! It’s time consuming to do all that reading.]
During National Nonfiction Writing Month (NaNonFiWriMo) you can start and finish the draft of your nonfiction book in a month. Just take the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge (WNFIN). No need to even restrict your self to a full-length book; you can finish the final draft of a short book, an article, an essay, a series of blog posts, or your manifesto. As long as you embrace the goal of completing a work of nonfiction, this event is for you.