Hosted by: Craig Tuch and Roland Hulme with special guests Randi-Lee Bowslaugh
When it comes to storytelling, fiction novels are usually bursting with boundless creativity, while non-fiction books require more dedicated focus, delving into the heart of real experiences and genuine issues. Even the subject matter and wording are often tailored specifically to the intended audience of a non-fiction book, which is why understanding who you are writing for, and why, is so important in the genre.
In this week’s episode of Fully Booked, author Randi-Lee Bowslaugh is here to help unpack the nuances of non-fiction writing – from identifying your core readership to authentically representing true events without losing the narrative’s emotional essence. So whether you’re carefully plotting or leaving room for organic development, Randi-Lee has advice for all authors aiming to make their mark and be successful in their non-fiction writing.