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s why I like nonfiction. Viewers are reading non-fiction to help them better comprehend, better live and work.
It is a great act of openness to read non-fiction. One of the editors I worked with once told me the differences between nonfiction and nonfiction. She said that the differences are that the fictional is concerned with the universe of humanity, the non-fiction with the individual. It can be read by a wide variety of readers because it gives us something universial about being people, about people' s feelings, passion and situation that are the same all over the globe.
Generally spoken, non-fiction can be subdivided into narratives and de facto literature. Though it is known as a "narrative non-fiction", it is still not fictional, i.e. it is about real occurrences or at least about the interpretations of real occurrences by the writer. Is it possible for the writer to maintain the story? What is the author's plattform? I do not need to see the entire script for the submission of non-fiction work.
Is that a concern? Is there a place for the writer? By''authoring platform'' I mean the author's position in his specialty. How is the volume organized? Does the textbook make sense? That is important for me, because the layout of the textbook says a great deal about the writer.
What is the basis of the volume? Provides the authoritative or available information in an inventive way? What does it do to improve the reader's quality of work? What is the textbook and what is its mainstream? But which other titles have appeared on the same topic? What is the difference between this one and other related titles?
ederica Leonardis is the foundress of Martin Leonardis literary administration.