Writing a standout nonfiction book: do a competitive title analysis.

Do you want your book to stand out from the crowd?

Nina Amir, author of The Author Training Manual, explains that “your book should seek to fill a clearly identified need (or gap) in the market and have a unique selling proposition that other titles cannot match.”

In order to stand out, you first need to know your book’s category. Then you should research which competitive and complementary titles are available and discover how your book compares to yours, as well as how the other authors’ expertise and experiences compare to yours.

To learn to write a competitive title analysis, click here.

Clicking will take you to Jane Friedman’s blog, where she helps authors & publishers flourish in the digital age.

 

 

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