you ready to test your book's significance? Have you asked the
tough question, "Will my book sell?" Everyone wants
to know, should I write
a book, before they invest time, effort and most of all
money. If your book proves significant then it is saleable.
are eleven of the twenty-one tips in the BookWritingCourse.com
Bonus Lesson 'Give Your Book the Test of Significance"
to help you know if your book will sell well before you even
write it. Give your manuscript the test of significance. Write
your book to meet two to three areas to achieve significance
and most of all sales in the book marketplace.
1. ____ Does your book present great perception
of animals? For instance, if you have a deep understanding of
animals the animal lovers will lap your book information up.
(smile) Write a book and fill it with your special understanding
of animals. Express your passion well and you could be next
Horse Whisperer Monty Roberts or Dog Whisperer Celan Milan.
2. ____ Does your book offer success experiences
that motivate your audience to do more, give more or share more?
Share your experiences to motivate your audience. Share how
you overcame seemingly insurmountable challenges in your life
or professional field. It will motivate your audience to think
if you did it; they can do it too.
____ Does your book help people save money.
They may want to invest for the future or save for a big purchase.
They want to free up cash in their budget during the recession.
Or they may just be looking for a bargain. Write a book that
helps others save lots of money and you may have a top seller
on your hands.
____ Does your book offer ways to save time. Most people
want to work less and spend time enjoying their family and life's
pleasures. Even if you just put time-saver tips in your book,
it will be more appealing to a broader audience.
____ Does your book help others look better. Perhaps
your audience wants to lose weight, tone their body, or improve
their facial features. Your content is significant if it makes
them feel more attractive.
____ Does your book help people live longer. A new
wave of people groups want to get in shape, eat better or gain
extra energy. Help people live longer; your book will be significant
and make them feel healthier.
____ Does your book help others feel loved and desired.
Many don't want to be lonely anymore or want to start dating
again. Show them how to re-enter the dating game. Or you could
simply show them how to be single and happy. Write a book that
makes them feel wanted.
____ Does your book help others in their marriage. There
are lots of couples who don't have a clue as to how to gain
a successful marriage. Do you have a special compassion for
struggling couples? Write your book filled with marriage success
tips and encouraging words for a marriage on the rocks.
____ Does your book help parents raise a family. There
are no manuals passed out before parents start a family. If
you have special insight to help parents raise toddlers, teen-agers
or anything in between, fill your new book with this information.
Do it right and you could have a top seller on your hands in
____ Does your book help people gain friends and be popular.
They may want to be a famous celebrity or be more popular
in school or work. Your book will make them feel praised and
____ Does your book assist your audience in gaining pleasure.
They may want to satisfy their food or drink appetite
or even marital sexual desires. This will make them feel more
fulfilled. For example, perhaps you know all about wine. You
can share your knowledge with all the newbie wine coinsurers.
to experts of the ten significant areas, your book need only
1 for a newspaper or magazine article
2 for a significant book
3 for a best seller
5 for a Pulitzer Prize
6 for literary classic
you ready to start writing yet? You know the answer to that
important question, "Should I write a book?" Did your
book idea pass the test of significance in at least two areas?
Great, it will sell! Now that you know your book is significant,
go ahead take the plunge. Don't hesitate any longer. Your audience
is waiting for your unique ideas and viewpoint. Make it different.
Make it count. Make it yours.
to get started with your best idea for a book? You can find
the full lesson of 'How To Give Your Book The Test Of Significance'
and '14 Point Test of Commercial Feasibility of Your Book Idea'
and get started writing a book along with a growing list of
bonus reports and other helpful resources in the Book Writing
Course at http://bookwritingcourse.com