Posted on 04/26/2019 at 11:02 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
One of the biggest pitfalls in the world of writing nonfiction is the risk of being overwhelmed.
That’s true of authors as well as readers — when you sit down to write your book, you can quite easily find yourself staring at a virtual pile of knowledge and no clear path to sort it.
In it, you work backwards, obviously — the first step is to summarize your book, then create a table of contents from that, and so on.
Van Heerden has the subsequent steps and an explanation of each on The Creative Penn.
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