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November 23,  2015

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Writing Nonfiction 101: Fundamentals
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Writing nonfiction is one way for writers to break into the publishing. When you sign up for the Fundamentals of Nonfiction Workshop, you'll learn how to go about writing your nonfiction pieces. The use of quotes, structuring your work, adding detail, setting the right tone, and achieving unity of viewpoint will be covered. You'll find out how writing nonfiction can be truly creative. Author Jeffrey Yeager instructs the class.

Writing assignments for the Fundamentals of Nonfiction Workshop include taking notes on a public scene, interviewing an acquaintance, writing about a topic of your choice, writing an article or essay, writing the first draft of a larger project, and writing a finished short piece. You'll get a chance to revise an earlier assignment or write something new for the last session of class. Besides the instructor feedback on assignments, there will be creative exercises and lecture supplements to help you along your way. Throughout the course you will be given the opportunity to find your voice.

"From how-to and self-help content, to essays, memoir, and literary nonfiction, the audience for well written nonfiction has never been more robust than it is today, in large part because of the skyrocketing demand created by the internet and e-publishing opportunities that didn’t exist a decade ago. What excites me about teaching Nonfiction 101 is working with students one on one – regardless of their interests and experience levels – to help them achieve their writing goals, including the possibility of getting their work published."

  ~ Jeffrey Yeager

A former writing student of Jeffrey Yeager's said, I read over your critique and found it to be very helpful." Another student said, "Thank you very much for the feedback. This is just what I was looking for." Throughout this 12-week workshop, you will get instruction on how to write articles, essays, and nonfiction books.
Develop a sense of unity and rhythm in your nonfiction writing. Join the Fundamentals of Nonfiction Writing Workshop! Class begins Thursday, November 26th. The registration fee is $349.99.

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Fundamentals of Nonfiction Online Workshop
with Jeff Yeager

Media credits for Jeffrey Yeager include the following: New York Times, USA Today, AARP The Magazine, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Miami Herald, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Detroit News & Free Press, Houston Chronicle, Reader’s Digest, Budget Living, Quick & Simple, Writer’s Digest, Bottom Line Personal, NBC Today Show, CNN, FOX News, PBS, ABC Evening News, and FOX Business.

Award winning short stories by Yeager appear in the following books: Writer’s Market; Amazing Cat Tales; and Chicken Soup for the Soul. Yeager is a Contributing Editor for Writer’s Digest magazine.

Yeager’s first book, The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches: A Practical (and Fun) Guide to Enjoying Life More by Spending Less, was published by Random House / Broadway Books in January 2008. Road Map is currently in its sixteenth printing and was the #1 Personal Finance book on His second book, The Cheapskate Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of Americans Living Happily below Their Means, was released in the summer 2010 and is already in its seventh printing.

Learn from a professional! Join Fundamentals of Nonfiction.


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