There's No Better Time To Start Your Writing Career Than 2022

Do you have expertise in something? Now is the best time for you to consider writing a non-fiction book.

Here are our TOP FIVE reasons YOU should you write a Non-Fiction book in 2022, and if you are interested in learning more about the publishing world, feel free to email Tyler Carpenter, a Project Manager at Cedar Fort Publishing at


#1 - Publication Potential

With many publishers focusing on fiction and all of the genres that under that umbrella, it may be easier to be published as a non-fiction author. If you a non-fiction is book is well written, and something that a publisher can market well, they are going to want to bring your book to life and distribute it, and find every way possible to get as many copies of that book into readers hands. Cedar Fort is doing a big non-fiction push, and if this is something you're interested in, please reach out to Tyler Carpenter at


#2 - There Is Already An Audience Waiting For Your Book

Unlike fiction authors, non-fiction authors already have an audience who are waiting for their book, they just have to find them. The beauty of the internet is that you can be famous to 100 people, 1000 people, or even thousands and millions of people, and still be a complete unknown person? Why? Because the internet has given people from all over the world to interact with who they want and be friends with people with similar interests. 


#3 - Opportunities Outside of the Book

One of the best things about being a non-fiction writer is that it's all knowledge base, and people will pay for that knowledge. Having a book is one thing, but what can you build on top of this book? An online course? Speaking events? A social media following? A podcast? A Youtube channel? Being an author is could be the first step too many greater opportunities. 


#4 - Leveling Up Your Career

If you're a teacher, a professor, a speaker, or someone with a specific expertise, becoming an author levels you up in the space and levels up your authority. 


#5 - Earn A Living Off of What You Know and Love

Imagine if your favorite thing to talk about was World War II, and you were able to do that full-time and make a living off of it. By having a book to your name, you elevate yourself even more as an expert in your field. You could potentially make money off of the royalties and sales of the book, as well as other opportunities that could present themselves BECAUSE you are a verified author.