Most nonfiction books either fail to attract an audience or achieve only short-term success. The few that manage to generate a high volume of sales often do so through expensive marketing campaigns, temporary media buzz, or author popularity. As a result, it’s rare for new authors to break through and create a lasting impact.
Write Useful Books by Rob Fitzpatrick provides an alternative path. It explains how to plan, write, test, and refine engaging nonfiction books using proven strategies from the world of entrepreneurship. The approach can help a new author create a truly useful book that automatically attracts new readers through word-of-mouth referrals.
Let’s explore three of my favorite insights from the book.
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