In no particular order, here are 15 blogs I follow and recommend nonfiction authors check out. You can find them all on Twitter in my Twitter list NonfictionBloggers. You’ll find information to help with writing, publishing,promotion, using social media and more.
Sandra Beckwith provides do-it-yourself book marketing tips, tools, and tactics.
Author and Social Media Strategist Frances Caballo blogs regularly and has a free email course to teach authors how to save time on social media.
Joanna Penn, Award-nominated, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, provides resources to help you write, publish and market your book, as well as make a living with your writing.
Includes self-guided tutorials to help you become a better writer faster.
Joel Friedlander provides practical advice to build better books – everything from book design to self-publishing and book marketing.
Named in Publishers Weekly as one of the top blogs for authors. Though aimed at fiction authors, nonfiction authors will find useful information on book trailers, publishing, and more.
Jane Friedman has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in business strategy for authors and publishers.
This site is full of many one-of-a-kind tools and resources for writers, editors and teachers.
Nina is the author of How to Blog a Book & The Author Training Manual. She’ll transform you into an author & help you Achieve More Inspired Results.
A lawyer’s thoughts on authors and publishing. Check the nonfiction category specifically.
A vast library of articles and guest posts related to writing, publishing, and promoting nonfiction books.
This website specifically targeted to memoir writers offers quick access to new books, the wisdom and craft of published authors, and tips for stimulating your creativity.
Book publishing expert, Judith Briles, provides practical publishing guidance and much more.
Full of original and comprehensive articles, expert interviews, original research, and the news you need to improve your social media marketing.
Jeff Goins is the best-selling author of five books including the The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve. On his blog, he shares his thoughts on writing, life, and creative work.