Can a non-fiction writer become a novelist?

When I was young, my professional goal was to make a living as a writer. I have done that very successfully. I’ve been a fulltime, part time and freelance reporter for newspapers, magazines and newsletters, an editor, blogger, and a columnist. I’ve written speeches and ghosted books for celebrities and business executives. I’ve written books under my own name and pseudonyms. I’ve been on television and radio many times discussing my books and about writing in general. Now, I’m taking what I know about non-fiction writing and moving into the world of novels. I have written more than 15 books (including a 'starter' novel). Here are some of my favorites. Check out my blog "the Non-Fiction Novelist." You will find it useful as you write your own novel.

Get in touch with me here.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)


Your Message

Larry Kahaner

A former Washington correspondent for BusinessWeek magazine, Larry Kahaner is the author of 15 books, including the best-selling "Competitive Intelligence," a Book-of-the-Month selection which has been translated into six languages.