Write your book to help your readers change

Posted January 12th @ 11:48 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

reader-change-plan-four5Tuesday’s writing tip for authors

Authors interested in selling more books should begin to write their book by focusing their attention on the changes that their intended readers desire.

Once you have targeted your ideal readers and their most-desired change, it becomes relatively easy to identify the steps needed for them to achieve their goals.

Focusing on your readers needs

This change-oriented approach saves you time writing your book.

This approach also ensures that the book you write will be the book that readers want to buy.

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