Every non-fiction book should solve a problem. This is what makes a book worth reading.
A book must be more than just “about” something. A book needs to solve a specific problem for the readers. If it’s merely “about” fitness for example, no one is going to read it. That’s too broad.
But if it’s about how to lose 20 pounds of fat in 60 days while still eating donuts and not going to the gym, now it’s about something specific!
A book without a problem is like a movie without a plot. It’s something to look at, but not engaging enough to keep watching.
In this video we'll dive into how to define the problem your book will solve and how to present it to your readers so that they are intrigued and want to read more.
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