Our previous worksheet focused on the reasons you’re writing a book. I trust it brought even more clarity to your writing project. Today we’ll explore the WHAT of writing and publishing. More specifically, we’ll look at WHAT Makes Your Book Unique.
There were more than 300,000 books published in 2014. It’s a good guess that duplicate subjects arose. In general, this may not be a problem. It all depends on the spin you put on it.
What sets a book apart from the crowd is its unique difference or unique perspective. Knowing your WHAT will keep your unique difference on the top of your mind throughout your writing and publishing journey.
Today’s worksheet will help you put your perspective in writing. In addition, a copy or brief synopsis should be visible in your workspace. It never hurts to have a reminder of why you do what you do.
Be prepared to put a bit more time in on this topic. The more you can refine your answer, the more clarity you bring to the keyboard. It will keep your writing sharp.
Our next session will move you closer to becoming a successful author. I’ll see you in a few days.
Sandee L. Hemphill — Work Your Book
P.S. Get ready to tackle a timely topic as we discover the WHO of writing a book. Our next session is guaranteed to be an exciting topic.