Linda I am glad to know you and your work. I don’t have many nonfictionÂ writers here, so we are all ears. Please be welcome to our blog.
How long have you been writing?Â Â
So Â you where born inÂ ConnecticutÂ …. where do you live now?Â
We heard you have a magazine article that will be published soon. What is the title?Â
Light in the Cellar of the Sea.
How interesting …Tell us more about it. Â Â (more…)
This is a well-written tale of four very intelligent classmates that by chance get a â€œright dayâ€ for themselves and those who come in contact with them.
The story begins with Destiny, a girl in her sixteenth year, living in a boarding schoolâ€”the last of many. She has been surrounded by monotonous schedules day after day since she was sent to the boarding schools when she was seven years old. But this day was to be a different day; this day she was going to break the rules and take whatever came. She would have done it by herself but the beautiful car idling (more…)
This is a refreshing book about nature and the beautiful lessons it teaches us. The author is very knowledgeable about fishing techniques, fly tying, and species procreation. I donâ€™t think that many in our day have the depth of knowledge he has on this subject or about nature itself. He introduces the reader to a world full of olden day mannerisms and life. I enjoyed the book for all of the information passed on through real life stories (more…)
That will depend on what do you want to sayâ€¦
Here is the simple difference between fiction and non-fiction:
If you plan to write a book about computers, gardening or teaching, you will NOT want to start with â€œOnce upon a timeâ€ Why? No one will take you serious and therefore your book wonâ€™t take off.
On the other hand non-fiction books are easier to sell and could make you a best seller if you know how to market the book properly. (more…)