4 Ways to Develop Structure in your Nonfiction Writing

With the help of a cartographer, an artist, a theorist, and a magician  Structure – the order, organisation and connections between parts of text – has an important role in your reader’s journey and heightens their understanding and enjoyment of your...

Stress to Success: Can Journaling Improve Men’s Wellbeing?

Guest Blog by Henry Flemming-Smith a student from Leeds Trinity University. As a child, my journalling, consisted of plants stuck in annotated pages with tape and in-depth critiques of my favourite wrestlers. My grandad, an artist, kept an immaculate journal full of...

Writing: It’s not for people like me…

People like me can’t be writers… This is the story I told myself for many years. I can remember when I was six years old being asked to writer a story at school. I loved everything about it and rushed home and asked my mum if I could please borrow her...

How to identify the target audience of your nonfiction book

Getting to know your target audience Books are written to be read. Imagine! So writing your book without a thought for your reader and expecting them to like it all the same would be like knitting your friend a jumper without checking their size, style or colour...