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Is writing a fiction tougher than writing a non fiction?

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Short answer: It is easier to write crappy fiction than crappy non-fiction, and harder to write good fiction than good non-fiction. read more

But, that doesn’t mean writing a non-fiction book is a cake walk. It is more challenging to write a non-fiction novel, if one doesn’t have a substantial expertise on a subject. When one write a non-fiction, two things are must, unique observation and accuracy of the fact. read more

I can write non-fiction and it just flows but fiction I have to follow a lot more rules, craft, outline, and revise a lot more. But, then it hit me it is probably different for each writer. Some people can write fiction with confidence but ask them to write something non-fiction and it is like pulling teeth. read more

Non-fiction writing also requires imagination, but of a different kind. You have to be inventive about finding the facts you use in your book. You have to imagine ways to expand your story, into areas you may not have considered when you first took up the subject. read more

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