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Non-Academic Writing Specialist

Business documents, creative writing, web content

A non-academic writing specialist can assist in all stages of the writing process, from conception to completion. A specialist is available for many writing needs, including business, creative fiction and non-fiction, screenplays, brochures, web content, catalog entries, articles, annual reports, essays, grants and proposals. Both individuals and small businesses can take advantage of the skill set offered by this type of writer.

Business documents are read like a map, not like a novel. The multi-page business document is rarely read from cover to cover in the order in which it appears. Most readers study reports by reading parts and skimming others, often skipping around and going backwards. People often open up documents like handbooks and jump right in to find the one piece of information they need and then put it away. This is different than letters and novels, which are read linearly from start to finish.

Both writing processes permit the author to construct, through a series of well-planned stages, a professional piece of writing that is both organized in its presentation and thorough in its development. Since this is a process, there are several stages of development, from the initial thoughts and ideas to the final polished product.

The first stage of writing is usually the selection of a topic to write about. It involves the consideration of several possible subjects of study, listed for consideration.

Now that a topic has been selected, one must organize the subtopics that will be included within the piece of writing to outline the basic elements of the story and the sequence in which they shall occur.

It is then important to focus in on the statements that will be made with the work. The outline keeps the work focused on a single topic. Careful revision of a few of the ideas recorded in the outline will improve the content and quality of the final product.







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