How can I arrange this book so it reads like fiction? You won’t bend the truth, but you can use narrative techniques (finish chapters with open-ended questions, later to be revealed) to keep the work moving. Don’t vomit all your best information up-front. Sprinkle it. Tell us you’ll reveal something important later, but not too soon. Arrange the book in a way that reads like a story. Non-fiction written by journalists are fantastic examples of this.
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