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Write a Book: Nonfiction Book Structures Class

Franki B. Kidd, Frankie Johnnie Writing Books

Write a Book: Nonfiction Book Structures Class

Franki B. Kidd, Frankie Johnnie Writing Books

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14 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Start Here

      1:38
    • 2. About Me

      1:21
    • 3. About Class

      1:18
    • 4. NFBS #1

      4:33
    • 5. NFBS #2 (Fun)

      2:58
    • 6. NFBS #3 (Sharing)

      2:39
    • 7. NFBS #4 FAQs

      2:45
    • 8. NFBS #5 Here's a Tip

      3:27
    • 9. NFBS #6 Big

      2:23
    • 10. NFBS #7

      3:02
    • 11. NFBS #8

      2:20
    • 12. NFBS #9

      2:07
    • 13. NFBS #10

      2:54
    • 14. End Here

      3:45
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Do you have a nonfiction book idea and a burning desire to write a book, but are confused on book structure?

Picking the correct Nonfiction Book Structure is key to getting ideas out of your head and down on paper, and getting ideas that are down on paper - organized.

 In this class, I share 10 types of nonfiction book structures that work very well for nonfiction authors.

Franki (FBK) is a seasoned writer's writer. Whatever that means, it sounds good :).

She is an indie author of several books including the Mega Nonfiction  Nonfiction Book of Templates She is top-rated freelancer and ghostwriter.

She’s helped hundreds of people create nonfiction books and outlines.

Click and enroll and get started on your book writing journey. 

You might also like  How To Write A Nonfiction Book Outline

Or this class that breaks down Book Chapter writing

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1. Start Here: Hello, Are you one of 80% of people who has thought about writing a book? Or maybe you've gone a little farther there, simply thinking about writing your book and you've actually started writing. But you didn't finish because you guys stuck at some point a longer writing journey, the key to finishing your book, and this is crucial. Here's the key. The key is writing a fast first draft in this new writing and publishing universe. People re books differently, and if they re books differently, you've got to write differently. Yes, books. Steel must adhere to a high quality standard, but if you want to increase your chances of finishing your draft, you've got to write a fast first Drab. A way to do that is, before you start writing, you want to be sure to select the perfect organizational structure for your book, which is your GPS to a finish book essentially is choosing how you will form at your book. This class covers 10 10 types of nonfiction book structures that will start you fast on your nonfiction book, writing, journey, clicking and roll. I'm looking forward to seeing you in the class 2. About Me: Hello, I'm Frankie. Everyone calls me FBK. I'm delighted you decided to take this class. I value your time a little bit about me. I've helped hundreds of people outline and write nonfiction books. I am an author of self published author. I worked through several online freelancing sites. I have a ghost written books that have become best sellers or hot new releases in their category. I've perfected a method right, a fast first trapped, and it always begins with selecting the right nonfiction book structure. Selecting the right nonfiction books structure is so crucial, and on one freelancing site, I've been able helped create or create over 500 projects, including outlines and nonfiction books. Because idea take the time to select the proper nonfiction books structure in this class, I'll cover types of nonfiction books, structures that you can select and also be able to write your draft fast, right? Ah, high quality draft fast. So let's get started 3. About Class: So as I mentioned, I'm going to share some nonfiction structures that, quite naturally lend themselves to fancy writing and there. Here's a couple of key things to keep in mind before we get started. Some of nonfiction structures may overlap each other. They are very similar. You may argue there some or the same where there's no real difference, and you may have heard these nonfiction books structures call something different. For instance, I'll refer to It is a life event book. You might have heard it called a memoir or a slice of life book, and that's okay. Some is clear what they are like an anthology. I made this fake book cover, and as I explained each type of nonfiction books structures, I'm going to be using a fake book cover, keeping with this Olympic theme that will help me explain the type of nonfiction books structure. So to recap, as I explained the type of nonfiction books structure, I'm gonna share a fake book cover that I may that will help me better explain the type of nonfiction books structure 4. NFBS #1: as a self publish Arthur and also as a freelancer working on several freelancing sites. I've done a lot of jobs, and as I shared on one side in particular, I've done over 500 jobs and I pride my cellphone, churning out quality material. And the reason why I'm able to do that is that I have to have a system in place and how I put my system in places that I always pick a nonfiction book structure before I get started . Now don't hassle or read too much into the names that I have given these nonfiction books, structures, thes air, just the names that most people in the industry and the book writing industry use. You may have a different name. You. You might have a different thought of what the structure should include, and all that is perfectly fine. The purpose of this course is just to get your created just juices flowing just to give you some ideals of the various types of nonfiction books, structures and what you can use when you write your draft. One of the problems that I see that people run into while they don't complete their book as they get caught up in minor details or letting something just slow them down. The key to finishing a book is really to get the first raft out as soon as possible, because what happens is you can lose interest or you could overthink it. A. You never get started. So that's why I presented these nonfiction books structures so you can pick one and you can get started writing. This is just the beginning, so let's start with the first nonfiction book structure. The verse structure I'm sharing is the life event book or the You might call it a memoir, a book and this type of nonfiction book structure. It quite naturally lends itself to, ah, fast writing Now I made these covers, and I'll share in The Resource is or of anybody cares. I'll share what, Um, software used a free website to create these book covers there. Nothing fancy or nothing special, but I just wanted to make him just toe give you a better a clear understanding of what type of nonfiction books structure you will be using with a life event book or a by size memoir . You aren't giving the biography if you're writing about yourself or someone else. You're in giving it from A to Z instead. You're just taking a slice of life, not Gossel for it. Even give this character a name and I collar Jenning. And so in this pretend book, Jenny has were written about her slice of life of going to the Olympics. And if you see I gave it a title, she called her book Going for Go, go! I'm sorry, going for gold And then this Pretend book. This protein character talks about being favored to win go in many categories, but she as a track star. But she only came away with a silver, and she talks about the lessons she learned this slice of her life of going to the Olympics , which is a pretty big, important point. Anyone's life. If you get the opportunity to go to an Olympics, I assume I've never gone. I've never even known anybody hit was gone, but it's a pretty big event that you would most likely want to write about. And so, with this life event or member a book you want to write about us Porton Time in your life and it could be a uplifting time and exciting time, but it doesn't have to be. For instance, you can write about a medical challenge you face. You could write about getting a college degree, getting your PhD, whatever slice of life, whatever particular event you want to write about in your life or in the life of someone else's. That's what you want to do with Wes Card at Life Event are memoir book So this is Jenny's the Pretend Jenny the Pretend but cover. This is her true story of Going for Gold and so a life event memoir, a book is one type of nonfiction book structure that, quite naturally lends itself to fast writing our fast book draft. 5. NFBS #2 (Fun): the next type of nonfiction books structure. It's a very popular how to book. The easiest way to describe this book structure is it is that it teaches duh how to do something. Remember, I said, You know, some of the nonfiction books, structures, they're similar. You might even say the same. They can be used in the same type of way. Well, the how to structure is certainly similar to some other books structures because any book structure kind of can be a how to can be set up in a how to book structure. But again, don't get caught up in what similar was a like was different for the sake of getting focused and get keeping your eye on the prize, which is a will written fast first draft, you just want to pick one of these structures that I'm sharing and roll with it. So here's a short list that I came away with a these of how to type of books, and I'm gonna read the list fast. I have fun doing this. People want to know how to be faster, how to be skinnier, how to be more productive, how to be less shy how to write a living wheel to write a book, have a spirit and 1/2 gray. Six have to say, saying, I'm not to go and say, How can I clean on my chronic clutter? Crowder. I can't even look Tong Thai. How can I clean up my credit? How can I de clutter how to use cooking under or how to use apple cider vinegar? How to clean with baking soda. How to travel. It's talent on a budget. How to cook gluten free meals. How to quit your day job. I landed a dream job. How to you fill in the blank? So that's just the list. I came up with the how to a power to books, so let's go back to this good. Oh, pretend character, Jenny. And you see, I change this book cover a little bit just a little. And if Jenny wanted to write a how to book their plenty of topic, she could, right, how to on as it pertains to going to the Olympics. I don't know why I'm obsessed with the Olympics. I love watching the Olympics on TV, but anyway, that's neither here nor there. But she could write a book on how to win How to Be a champion. So or could be how to train for the Olympics. Had a win a medal, you know. So those are the type of how this that's a type of how to. These are the type of how to books if she wanted to do a how to book. But of course, how to book. I gave you the list and it could be just about anything. Anything someone wants to know how to do. You can use this how to book structure. I actually have a couple of how to books out one book I have How to Write a book, and another one is how to write a nonfiction book Outline. So that's using the nonfiction How to books structure, which is very popular and very easy. Some would argue, Let's keep going 6. NFBS #3 (Sharing): If you have a desire to write, maybe you've had that desire. Before you were hit with a desire to write a book. Maybe you started doing some other form of writing, staying away from the fictional character Jenny in her story for a second. Speaking for myself, that would be me, Frankie, or is everybody cause me? FBK I know my mom says that I have been writing since the age of four, and I always joke, and I say, Well, I don't remember any of my literary works from back then, but at the age is low cause I could remember I've always written something. I have essays for my college days. I currently have a blogger where blogged about what else? Writing and maybe some of you you've always always written. And you have either essays or block content or some other type of content that you can repurpose into a nonfiction book structure. Now let's take a look at the pretend character genie and this pretend book cover. You see, I changed it a little bit, and I call it It's still called going for Go, but essays from a champion. So let's pretend that's pretend Jenny's a blogger is. Well, let's say she has maybe a website, a website where she writes about, Ah, what goes on with people who participate in the Olympics. Or she writes about fitness and health, or just your fitness and health for Olympic stuff or whatever. And let's say she just has the's block posters. She's kept it kept over the last year that she's gone to the Olympics or something she could repurpose her essays and or her block post into a book. Now this essay block post turning essays or Black post or some other type of writing repurpose sing it and turn it into a book is ideal because you're working from a collection of written material that you already have. And a lot of people find this approach easier than some of the other nonfiction books structure approaches and again, that's because you're repurpose ing material that you've already written now an essay and or say, a block post again, you do have to repurpose the content. You can't just take a straight from essay, The book chapter there some things you have to do. But again, people find it easier because is working for material that you already that you've already written, written 7. NFBS #4 FAQs: another simple nonfiction book structure. If the frequently A's question should Eggs questions and how this works is, you start each well. First, you come out with the list of about 20 questions. You can't go wrong with having more questions. So say you come up with a list of frequently asked questions and a list of should ask questions and whatever topic you are writing about or whatever industry. You and bless you, sir. Pretend character. Jeannie Jeannie is on Olympic athletes and being a Olympic. Tactically, she we can pretend and assume that she gets asked the same questions over and over again. President she might get asked what it's like going to the Olympics. What is it like when in a medal for your country? So those are some of the frequently asked questions. She might get some questions. She might think she should get less. He should ask questions. Do you have to pay taxes on winning a medal? Are you pay for going to the Olympics? How do you raise the money for to go to the Olympics for you and your family? So maybe those air some should ask questions, And so how you structure each champion you can structure each chapter with a question are several questions. You can start the chapter off with the story, or Jenny can start the chapter up with the story, and then she could go into answering these questions. And so how you feel the book with content is that you answer frequently, asked questions or should ask questions again. Starting off with this book structure. Come up with a list of album, I would say 10 questions for each 10 frequently asked questions that you get and maybe 10 should ask questions for whatever industry you're in and feel free to use other methods to come up with. Ideals are questions I should say, and then with ease, Champ Ter you start each chapter how the structure works, ish starting chapter out with a little story or your little commentary, and then you go into answering the questions. So this is, ah, another popular nonfiction book structure because it's relatively straightforward question . Answer a question and answer questioning. That's the question. Answer. So you will see I change this file book cover again frequently. Eggs should eggs, FAA cues, FAA cues. So this is, you know, nonfiction book structure that pretty straightforward and pretty simple. Okay, let's keep going 8. NFBS #5 Here's a Tip: another type of nonfiction books structure that will put you on the path to a fast first trap is a tips or list book, a tips or list book thes two books with a tips book and a list book. They're very similar, and so may say they're so similar they're the same, but I a different entry ate them a little bit. So with the tip book, you could give 10 tips 10 to 100 tips you can give a tip amount of whatever you're choosing is, and here you'll see I've given are fictional character Jenny and her book still kept it the main title, which is going for go. But then I go 10 lessons from a champion, so that might be one way to approach it. Or if she wanted to do another type of to tip book or another title, it could be 50 things you need to know about going to the Olympics. So with the tip book, you list the tip and then you give the tip you essentially, you explain the tip, and so a tip could be just say, I'm just picking something up at the top of my head tip number two. Don't use steroids or don't use a sub banned substance. And so a tip maybe. Well, I didn't know it was being in, so she may advise. Well, if you think of substances banned before you even digested or have someone inject you, you check to see if it's on the banned list of, ah, drug items. So that could be a tip. She could get 50 tips off things to avoid. And again, I'm just making something up off the top of my head. So forgive me if it's a little off now with the list type of book. If Jenny wanted to do a list type of book, she could do a list book. Let's say, Ah, 100 101 of the best Olympic athletes of all time. Then she could go ahead and list 101 athletes, but under each athlete. So let's like given athlete the name. Let's just say, is Napoli. I don't know Darnell Jones or Jackson Darnell Jackson, and so enlisting him is one of the greatest athletes what she would do then, in the paragraph summary she could give fax. She could get stack, so the facts would be. Where did he first participate in the Olympics? What was his stats? How many medals that he win? She could give some fun effects. What type of Syria lease or where he likes to. I don't know. Just making out stuff. If I go alone, she could give facts about his parents and things like that. So a tips book with the tips book, you give the tips and then you give the tip and then you list the tip. You kind of, you know, you flesh. You stretch out and explain the tip in greater detail and with a list book. And essentially you're doing the same thing. But I said, I do see him a slightly different So you could consider doing a nonfiction book structure of a tips or a list book and thes air fairly easy to do. And they're very popular. I'm gonna say, easy to do. But a lot of people seem to like this structure because it at least keeps you on track. So let's keep going 9. NFBS #6 Big: another type of nonfiction books structure. If a big concept book. So essentially it is. What is your big concept? What is your the big ideo that you love to share with World and each chapter? It could be an offshoot of the main ideal, or you could use it and write a very short parable that teaches the IDEO and books segments . So let's look at our beloved fictional character, Jenny. And so let's say she, her big concept book, is how to a win win, win winning. And let's say her overall theme is The act of doing is winning. Not if you come in first place or not, but just the act of doing if you go for your goals. If you go for your dreams, that itself makes you a winner. So that could be the big concept of her book. And again, each chapter would be would be an offset of that main ideal, the fame of winning, and she could break it up in any type of way that she wanted to. She could use facts or statistics or research. She could use her own experience, anything that she wants to two back up the writing to support to support her point of view . If she had a really, really strong point of view or philosophy as it pertains to set the same a winning, then it could become like a manifesto, because sometimes the big concept moves way beyond some just a big concept. And it kind of becomes your manifesto, your reasoning for doing, doing a certain action or something like that. And so, with Ginny's big concept again, it's winning isn't everything. And how is how you play the game? And that's kind of Herbie concept. But your big concept. You could even do it in a form if you wanted to do your book structure in the form of a short parable or short story. So there are many ways to do the big concept for the big fame book, and you just want to think about what do you feel strongly about are strongly enough to write 100 plus page book about 10. NFBS #7: the next type of a nonfiction book structure that we're going to discuss is. Can you guess? Can you guess what it is? Bam is was called a quote book structure, so to speak, it falls into the category of inspirational or motivational type of book. They're quote book. It is very easy to do this. It could be simply like, for instance, let's talk about our Pretend play character, Jenny and Genies Clay book Book of Champions. She's giving 100 motivational and inspirational quotes from Who else? You guess it? Olympic athletes. Now that's what her quote. So this book, this Pretend Book is simply a book of quotes. Another way to do a quote, tight book structure or, if you d like, say, a prayer book or a viable verse book is too. Okay, let's take a Bible verse is to give the Bible verse and then to give an explanation. You can give ah, modern day explanation or let's say, if it was a prayer book, you could list of prayer and you can cut. You could expand upon it. I give forages me. There's just so many different kinds of ways to do what will be kind of considered a quote book. And if it was a book, Les Coteaux, a book of Portrait of the Bickell Poor tree. More than likely, I would say, is your poor tree. I've never seen it done where Use a short poem and then you interpreted. I guess you could do that. Do it that way, though. But the most common way I see it done is people just who've been writing poetry. They just compile all of their poems and put him in a book, maybe separate them in categories according to things or something like that. But going back to this quote book, I don't know what the legality would be. So you would need to check that out of using people's clothes. I mean, is that something you could do and interpret it to say, Jenny, Has she gotten permission from these 100 Olympic athletes to quote them? Maybe don't need to. I'm not sure what the rules are regarding that, but this is a type of book you could do. You can compile the quotes, which really wouldn't be your writing or if you, another way that you could do it, is Let's say at the beginning of the champaner or at the beginning of the book, you can give a list of why you chose the particular quotes or something like that. So that's just one structure again, this may fall into what's called a inspirational or motivational book, and to write a inspirational motivational book it would be it would go nicely with any other previous nonfiction books, structures that we share. OK, so let's keep going. 11. NFBS #8: So this next nonfiction books structure want to guess what it is? It's something. It's a structure that is going to be familiar to many of you. So it's Let's Go Bound Anthology. Now I kind of did a little cut in pay shop here, kind of kept the same book, are not kind of cap. I did keep the same book. I just put a little click born on top of here and put many Arthur's now an anthology book. This is a book with a lot of contributors, and that's why. Have, like author one after two after three out of four of the five going on down the team and with an anthology. Of course, you can have as many authors as you would like. And let's go back to our good old friend Jenny here. If Jenny wanted to put together in anthologies, she could do so. Olympic athletes and eat each Olympic athlete after one off the two and so on and so forth can share their personal essay or their personal story. So the book would be compiled off stories from many authors. Jenny as the contributor. She could write the introduction for the book and maybe the conclusion if she wanted to. She could also ask each offer to stick toe a fame. And so this is kind of a day we've been talking about throughout this course. But fame? Well, winning if she wanted to. She today's and each Arthur to write about what when he means to them. But she doesn't have to pick a theme. But if she wanted to, she could. Ah, popular, popular type of anthology book is those Chicken Soup for the Soul. You've heard of those books, right? You consume for the soul for I don't know. Army veterans are you know, I don't know for all types of people. So an anthology is very popular. You would need to round up a list of contributors and ah, maybe right the introduction and that conclusion. And there you have it in anthology. Very uh, also a very populated nonfiction books structure. 12. NFBS #9: the next nonfiction books structure that lends itself to writing a fast first draft is what's called a benefit book, and the benefit book is very straightforward. Is the benefits of using something So for our pertain character, Ginny, that I call her Jenny? Your name is Jenny Jenny. She could write a book, the benefits of using Essential Wheels, train and eliminate pain. So this book would on Lee, talk about the benefits of using essential wheels. Now she could cover essential oils from head to toe. Or, I should say, a dizzy presses the benefits of athletes using peppermint A will in their hair on her skin , another type of essential oil for their teeth mixed with they could use Ah essential oil Mr Mickle baking soda. So basically, if it's the benefits of a sexual whale, it could be many oils or many whatever. But you just want to discuss all the benefits of using it popular tight books that I've seen with this nonfiction structure, and I've actually goes written one or two of these tight books or a few. I should say it could be the benefits of using apple cider vinegar, and you could talk about the benefits of drinking it, the benefits of using it on your skin, the benefit of using it to clean your home and on and on and on. So a benefit books is just like it sounds is very straightforward. It just gives the benefits of using something and with the benefits type of book. Here she lives, benefits of using essential oil. So in this pretend book, because it has oils on the S on end, we could say that she's going to talk about Mitt using many type of oils. But it could just be the benefits of using, say, peppermint oil again, I'm just thinking of things off the top of my head. But the benefits book is a straightforward it just list the benefits off. Something is a very straight for nonfiction book structure. 13. NFBS #10: I'm not going to make you wait in introducing this next nonfiction book structure because it is very popular, and it really lends itself to writing a fast first draft nonfiction book structure. The Pain was called For Paying Solution, Our Rx Book. Now what's key about this paying solution or Rx prescription type of book? They only addresses one issue. And so, for our pretend character Jenning, the one issue that she is addressing is Olympic fund raising. I could've worded that better, but one of the things that I've heard about people going to the Olympics that they get sponsors, they get sponsors. So they have to, I believe, raise money. And if they don't, I definitely know that their families, the cost of them going over to the Olympics, their families not cover like their parents or something like that. So this entire book would be about fund raising avenues that Olympic athlete could use in the beginning. If they're if they're expenses, air cover, then for their family ideals in ways that they could raise funds. And that's the thing about a pain ah, solution or Rx book. It only hits one pain point, and so That's fund raising in our pretended books by our pretend character. If Jenny wanted to do something different another one pain point she could hit if she wanted to. It could be span substances. I came to say the word banned substance substances like band Stare. Where are you Drug use? Okay, so she could just run that through the entire book. That's the pain solution book. How not to get banned using natural supplements or something like that. Again, I'm just making things up off the top of my head. But this is a really an idea. I see this a lot, and I've written a lot. Goes with a lot of these kind of books, which is called the one The Pain or the Solution Book. It's like a prescription is just you go to a doctor and the doctor gives you you have a code or you had I don't know the flu are you have ah, broken hip and he gives you one pain medicine just for your hip. And so it's just covers one problem, and that's why they call it the pain solution. That's the type of book, the nonfiction books structure, that this Sea is again. This is very popular, but really all the structures you know who the writer is are popular. But I have Benex to write this kind of book a lot. And I see this a lot. The and it lends itself to a fast first draft. Right? Let's keep going. 14. End Here: Let's do a quick recap of the course first. You absolutely can go from one of the 80% of people who want to write a book to the smaller , much smaller percentage of people who actually write books. You just need a book writing game plan in the book writing game plan may sound big and bad , but it's not because there are only a few steps, and the first step is to select your nonfiction books structure I shared in this class, the various nonfiction book structures. So just select from the list and just pick one of these Ah, from the nonfiction book structure lists. And that's the first step to a faith first trapped. Once you select the nonfiction book structure that you want to use, go down to the bottom of the class. Now this isn't the actual classes, is my outline clients, and so you go down and you click on the three thought the three docks. Once you do that, you go to start your project, and so here you'll see where you can start your project. Give your project a title. Just call it the nonfiction book structure. I select it and then once here you can write What us top What? I'm sorry. You can write what? Nonfiction books, top structure, you select it. Then you go down and you go create. And it's that simple. Nothing more, nothing less. By selecting one of the structures and being creating a project like I just showed you, you are taking a big boat action step, which is the first step to creating a fast first draft. One shoot selected a draft. I have another class here on skill share how to write a nonfiction book outline. And that's the next step. You're gonna want to take this class so that you can create a outline again. I don't believe in it. Doing anything big and bad are hard. And so in this class I show a simple way that you can created a book outline. So that's the next step. The first step. Selecting nonfiction books structure. Once you selected creative project, I showed you go down a three dots single start your project. Then you're gonna want to take this class house who write a nonfiction book outlined the classes quick and fast and simple. And then the next class that I will create in this, Siri's is called the Fast first draft said with me fast first draft. That's the next class I'm gonna complete in this series. And once you have your first fast first draft, you're well on your way to completing your book writing goals. Finally, just under the class where you see those three dies, it will also give you an option. When you click on those three guys to leave a class review, please consider leaving a review by leaving a review and creating your project. They're fuels my passion to create the next class, which, as I said, the next class is your fast first draft. And so I'm going to see you through to the in tow, a completed book. Thank you very much. I value your time and thanks for your consideration with doing a review.