June Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies Author Interview Answer #9 “As a non-fiction writer, what is the challenge you face when writing your book(s)?”

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June Group Author Interview for Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies authors

Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the June Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.

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So, the 9th question is “As a non-fiction writer, what is the challenge you face when writing your book(s)?”

1) Author #1 : Gilbert Van Kerckhove

Being sure of the sources, correct and true information

2) Author #2:  Mike Kowis

With a full-time legal career and part-time teaching job, it is challenging to find the time to write.

3) Author #3: Kate Iroegbu

As a non- fiction writer I wouldn’t say that I face a challenge peculiar to me as a none fiction writer but sometimes I do wish I have the exact photo of certain incidence I am referring to in my book.

4) Author #4: Umm Sulaim

The major challenge I face is funding.

5) Author #5: Ken Johnson

The toughest challenge for me is gaining reader interest. I think it is harder selling a nonfiction piece than it is for a fictional work. Society seems to want to escape from reality and I am over here, waving my book, saying, “Pay attention to this reality!” It is almost counterintuitive.

6) Author #6: Debby Gies

How much I can possibly tell without hurting someone else or divulging private information.


7) Author #7:  Pratima Nagaraj

To keep the book interesting till the end so that the readers feel hooked to continue reading and not feel like they are reading an academic text book!

Living a life that is worthy of my calling. I have my faults.

9) Author #9: Errol Baptiste

Being very focus also got to be discipline that includes making commitments to the task at hand as a non-fiction writer when writing my books.


10) Author #10: Edna Cane-Swannepoel

This was my first. Busy with my 2nd outobiography. Just don’t know from where I should begin and which details is should put in.

11) Author #11: Kristalen Babb

I cried writing my books So it’s my emotions and how badly I been scared due to my past. I realize I have to get out my feelings.

12) Author #12) Steve Wilson

Putting the content in front of the viewers, so they can understand your message

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