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Getting it Write, Issue #011 - New Developments
July 22, 2015

A Nonfiction Writer's Guide

Mary Klaebel, Editor,

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=> New Developments at Nonfiction Writing Guide

=> 7 Tools Writers Need

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New Developments at Nonfiction Writing Guide

We are always striving to make this website better. We want you, the nonfiction writer, to have access to the best information, resources and tools we can provide.

To that end, we are proud to announce that we will be launching our newest FREE ecourse on Friday, July 25. It is called The 5-Day Outline.

If you are writing a nonfiction book, or want to, this course can set you up for success. Over five days, you will be led, step by step, through an outlining process that is easy, fun and doesn't take the joy out of writing your book. In addition, it keeps you on track, allows you to write the part that interests you most at the time and leaves you with a cleaner first draft.

Are you ready to outline that book?

7 Writing Tools You Need

Writing for some people is the toughest job you can ever ask them to do.

Yet, given the right tools and circumstances anyone can write high quality articles with a little bit of work and practice.

There are in fact seven tools every writer needs regardless of what they are writing - a novel, a scientific document, an essay, or an article for the local paper. Without these tools you will find it very difficult to succeed.

Learn more at 7 Writing Tools You Need.

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