on The Creative Penn:
Writing a non-fiction book can be as challenging as writing fiction, but in different ways.
How do you organize all you know in a way that will assist your readers?
Esbe van Heerden shares some great tips about a quick method to create a comprehensive and easy-to-use outline.
If you’re in the early stages of planning out your book, you probably have a really good idea of what you want your book to be about, but when you sit down to write it you feel totally overwhelmed.
You know that all the information on your topic is in your head, but you have no idea where to start or how to put it all down into a logical order.