Nonfiction vs. Fiction

Truth in writing, what does it mean to the writer, how important is it?

Nonfiction is a form of narrative whose assertions are understood to be factual; accurate or not. That is, it can be a true or false account of the subject in question; however it is generally assumed that the authors of such accounts believe them to be truthful at the time of their composition. I put it to you that, oftentimes, those prose are written from a highly prejudicial point of view. I can just see those nonfiction purists among you shaking your heads. Continue reading “Nonfiction vs. Fiction”

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