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Becoming a successful writer in fiction and non-fiction
Did you wonder what it actually took to become a successful writer and whether you can do it in both fiction and non-fiction? Today's visitor has written 24 fiction and 10 non-fiction novels. It is Joanna Penn from The Creative Penn who is here to discuss how she has built a personal and financial success as an writer.
Also, she divides how she made her own fiction breakthrough, even after being a non-fiction writer, and where she is into hybrids, independent publishers and conventionalers. She will also explain why you need to be a successful writer if you want to be a writer.
We' re concluding with a break-down of how fiction is written. It' a step-by-step process: choose a category, grasp the texture of a good textbook and make an appointment. You' ll learn more detail about this and why you need other publishing venues to be a successful fiction writer than non-fiction.
For a deep insight into the lives of a successful financial writer who likes what she does, come to us in The Portfolio Life's A72! Click on the playlist below to hear the programme (if you are listening by e-mail, please click here). What is the switch between fiction and non-fiction?
If you have difficulties composing a textbook, what does she suggest? What makes speaker kits so important for your fiction work? Is it the only true authors who do fiction? What do Jung and Platon think about fiction and non-fiction? So when would she ever consider giving up non-fiction?
What makes authors the fiercest psychological healers she knows?! So why the trip doesn't begin until you've finished your work. How is the whole story from concept to finished? So what are two keys to making a livelihood as a fiction writer?