Source: Webaroo/Unsplash Part 1 of this post used The Cat in the Hat overthrowing Dick and Jane to introduce the idea that a book can do great things for the education field. While Dr. Seuss wrote fiction, education stakeholders have much knowledge to impart through more serious books. I am often asked by aspiring nonfiction writers about what they should know before beginning their own journeys to authorship. Following is an excerpt from an interview I did with Yitzi Weiner of Authority Magazine that addresses this topic. Part 1 of this post addressed challenges, stories, habits, and inspiration. Part 2 includes what the interview’s title promises: “5 Things You Need to Know to Become a Great Author” (below). Anything that could be deemed self-promotion has been removed from the excerpts so all that remains is my advice for aspiring authors. Based on your experience, what are the “5 Things You Need to Know to Become a Great Author”? Please share a story or example for each. Write, read, and revise while standing in your audience’s shoes: Once we writers lay down a sentence and feel we’ve relayed a concept, it can be hard to look at our words with fresh eyes… Read full this story
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