I vividly remember the excitement of solving mysteries with Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny of The Boxcar Children series as a child. My second grade teacher read the series aloud as a group treat for good behavior. Today, I still get the same rush of excitement as work on marketing materials for businesses, like yours. I know what you’re thinking. I’ve heard it before, but the best sales pages, ebooks, case studies and blog posts.have a lot in a lot in common with fiction. Each tells a story and shares information. Each engages the reader. Nonfiction writers just tell the story in fewer words. For non-fiction, the great “happily ever after” occurs when the readers takes the call-to-action and runs with it.
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