Maybe you have felt your book would get lost in an over-crowded book market? A buddy of mine said, "I'll probably never write a book because there are already way too many books on every subject I can consider writing about."

The stark reality is a lot of successful authors have felt their idea for a book too small in the LARGE scheme of things. However, at some point they had to realize what I'm about to talk about with you, "With all the wonderful and not so wonderful books available, there's only 1 voice that's uniquely yours. I'm convinced you will find people awaiting your perspective, your solution, and even your book. They're waiting to be inspired, entertained or helped by YOUR book. They might even be trying to find you and your ideas."

Well, this is what my tips are all about today, how to learn if the book idea you are intending to write has a chance to stand-out and sell. After all, even when oahu is the tiniest of markets it must compete for proper attention in this hi-tech world? For the book to have the ability to compete in a world like ours today, you should target a niche market (people to market your book to) enthusiastic about your book.

After pinpointing a market, develop a way of making your book different. You'll need a different viewpoint, a niche, or perhaps a different spin on probably the same information. Examine the problem again. Go through the solution your book idea solves with the goal of coming up with a method to present your knowledge differently than existing books.

Listed below are ten ideas for a book that stands apart in a crowd and sells:

1. Business/Job Experience: When you yourself have a decade or more of job experience, you might consider writing a book centered around your job. Even a previous job or business would fit the bill. As an example, a couple of aspiring book writers sold their successful retail business to retire. They'd a lot of retail ownership tips to talk about and experience from mistakes they made on the way to success. New franchise owners and general retail owners would want to learn their inspiring stories and tips to get the same success. My advice was, "Do it now! Start writing now."

2. Your Course: Compile your book around a program you have taught for years. You already love the niche matter. Take your existing lessons and even lesson plans and form them in to a book. If you're a stronger speaker than writer, consider taping your lesson presentations and keeping them transcribed. Then hire a ghostwriter to take the transcriptions and develop into a book. I encourage you to not just take the transcript and copy into book form. But charge the writer or yourself to write it into a book using conversational language.

3. Life experiences: Use a life experience and form a book around it. Memoirs are good books to create out of life experiences. But they are not the only ones; you can use an event of overcoming an insurmountable problem to inspire others. As an example, if you got well from an important disease or any trauma such as for instance a car wreck. You could have worked through injuries and disabilities that would inspire others to accomplish the same.

4. Task or Process: Write a book with the steps it takes to accomplish a complex task in your field. Put all the small known secrets you have learned within the years. You understand, the small secret shortcuts and techniques you see others struggle with in your field. You have the perfect solution is; put it into your book. Your readers will cherish you for it and tell almost all their colleagues about your book.

5. Hobby: I enjoy this 1; because people often stumble upon their life's mission this way. When you yourself have a spare time activity that you're passionate about (most people are) and you have a lot of information, you're a perfect candidate to write a book about your hobby. Now, you simply put your entire information in book form. As an example, an author friend of mine who's hobby was Investments. She loved to invest. She read everything in sight about any of it; she clipped every article and more. She formed an investment club to instruct like minded members what she learned within the years. They are all on their method to the kind of wealth she's gained. It was simple on her behalf to gather all her existing information, success stories and a small amount of researched information to write her popular book.

6. Information Packaging. Perhaps you dream of fabricating your personal information product line. You certainly can do it you know. Take your existing body of knowledge on your own chosen topic and write a quick book as the initial product in your signature line. Then take the first body of information and form it into several audio products, create a friend workbook or study guide. Voila! You have the bare bones to create a Home Study Program.


Published by Peter Garlow