Creative Nonfiction Writing Examples - My New Post

Last Update: October 26, 2021

Hello, Everyone,

Part of what we do here is to keep each other updated on what we are doing with affiliate marketing or the marketing of our own products. I have finished writing a new book, How to Write a Book in 28 Days or Less Without Stressing Yourself to Death.

I shared some tips with my email list, and I will mention them here too.

I am just reporting here. I am not an affiliate for most of these resources.

A little while back I did some study in copy writing. It was the kind that you provide for sales letters as well as things like that. Among things that they recommended us to do was to discover a great sales letter and then duplicate it by hand. I'm not asking you to rewrite by hand, however I do have some sources for you today. I'm going to give you six places to locate innovative nonfiction creative writing examples. Since I am not providing links, you may find them by doing an online search.

One of the places that I located was "100 Major Works of Creative Nonfiction".

Another one with a very comparable title is "108 Nonfiction Writing Prompts".

Now, here is one from Tom Corson-Knowles. If you're not familiar with Tom Corson-Knowles, I'll give him a little plug. I researched his writing as well as read a few of his books. Actually, when I did my initial publication on marriage as an e-book it became a bestseller. I had checked out some of Tom Corson-Knowles' writing aand I discovered them to be very hhelpful. That site is TCKPublishing.com. The article in his post is apparently a guest write-up because it's written by Kaylen Barron. The title of the article is "What is Creative Nonfiction? Definitions, Common Examples, and Guidelines".

Thus far, that's three. An additional one is "25 Creative Writing Examples to Inspire You Today".

There's also a magazine you might be thinking about Creative Nonfiction Magazine.

Currently, for the ending: Drum roll! Here it comes! Here is an example of imaginative nonfiction writing. As I discussed formerly, we're only about a month away from the launch of my new publication How to Write a Book in 28 Days or Less Without Stressing Yourself to Death. That would be an example of creative nonfiction writing.

When we speak about imaginative nonfiction writing, in some cases we can use narrative aspects to highlight the main points of what we're talking about. So in this publication, I provide some examples as well as real stories from my own life that illustrate some of the things that are in the guide. The stories are narrative. So, despite the fact that they're nonfiction, not fiction, they are stories, much like fiction tales.

You likewise can borrow things from fiction when you're composing nonfiction to make use of them as great examples or illustrations of what you're discussing.

After giving info similar to this, I linked them to the writing tab on my website, and encouraged them to stay updated with me as the launch date for my publication grows closer.

Some of you may be interested in writing a book. Most of us have to do some kind of content writing. In any case, let me encourage you to keep your writing dream alive,

Randy

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IsabeloJ3 Premium
Great share Randy. good luck to your book publications.
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JeffreyBrown Premium Plus
Awesome, Randy! Good luck with the book! I, myself, am a fiction writer!

Jeff
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Newme202 Premium
Very clear and helpful explanation.
Thank you for sharing
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Thanks for sharing this! It's very informational.
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Great explanation. Thanks for sharing.
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