[bksvol-discuss] Re: Qustion on appropriate category

Hi, Melissa, just to muddy things a little there is something called
creative nonfiction which strives to be accurate insofar as things go but
there may be some imaginative license going on. Mind you, I don't know if
Bookshare has such a category. Regards, Kim Friedman. 

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I know we're supposed to put all books in the literature/fiction or
nonfiction category, along with the specific categories. I have scanned a
book and will be submitting it soon. I believed it to be nonfiction when I
began scanning, however, the following statement appears at the beginning of
the book, and I'm now thinking it should be in the literature/fiction
section. What do you all think?

This book is inspired by true events as lived by the author. Historical
accuracy was considered in its writing, but where records lack, creative
license was used.

Thanks,

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Melissa Smith

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