You’ve done your research, written your nonfiction manuscript but you still have lots of little tidbits of information left over. What can you do with it?
An Author’s Note lets you tell “the rest of the story”, fill in gaps, and provide extra information that just didn’t fit into the main text.
But you don’t have to stop there! Here are twelve more ways to use your extra research:
Don’t let those quirky, fascinating little bits of information go to waste. Find a unique way to include them – somewhere, somehow!
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