GETTING TO GRIPS WITH YOUR CONTENT
The importance of balance
Structure, length and style
Fact or fiction?
What is truth? Creative non-fiction
Worth 1,000 words
Images, graphics and visuals
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Now we have a better understanding of what the book content is going to be, we take a closer look at the way that it is used, the author’s voice etc.
In non-fiction, the use of real-life examples can be a tricky issue, and the fact that you have a legal right to write something doesn’t always mean it’s a good idea to do so. Here, then, we look at just how true a non-fiction book needs to be and how what you write can affect other people.
We also look at sourcing and using non-text elements, which not only make a book more visually appealing and accessible but are a useful way to encapsulate information and communicate ideas quickly and effectively.