The thing about writers is that we tend to write a book that we want to write, without most of the time considering what people want to read. We feel like the idea we have is the best there is, and feel compelled to share our vision with the world through a book.
While it’s great to have this inspirational vision, it’s also helpful for writers to consider and important question about their book – is it needed? For non-fiction writers there are a few ways to answer that question.
How many other books cover your topic? Is your book better, just as good, or worse than the others? Does your book fill a need at a certain price point? Answer the rest of the questions and decide for yourself if your book is needed!
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