How Did You Know You Wanted To Be An Author? I knew I wanted to be an author when it became clear to me that millions are struggling with food and weight issues. As a nutrition researcher, I wanted to write about scientifically sound, dependable, real-life solutions to losing weight and keeping it off. Almost 50 percent of Americans are “on a diet.” And dieters will try between 50 to 130 diets in their lifetime! I became an author to share my science-backed program for halting, even reversing overeating, overweight, and obesity…for life.
What Is Your Advice For Aspiring Authors? Learn the basics by analyzing and “breaking down” the writing techniques of your favorite authors. Decide what works—and doesn’t, for you, personally. This can be inspirational and trigger new thinking. Write about what is most meaning-full for you. From start to finish, know where you’re going. If you’re writing nonfiction, write the Table of Contents first, then write the headings and subheadings for each chapter. If you’re writing fiction, outline the whole story.
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