I would be willing to bet that the vast majority of folks reading this are not trailblazing a new topic in their book. And I don’t say that as a negative–but the fact is, most people are writing within a proven genre. You’re bringing your lens, practice, wisdom–certainly. But, it’s likely your take on a tried and true topic.
What happens when you’re writing a book on an upward trending topic? What happens when you’re writing a book in a very popular genre where it feels hard to cut through the noise?
This week on Bound + Determined, I chat with Karolina Rzadkowolska, a certified alcohol-free life coach who helps powerful women make alcohol insignificant in their lives. Her book Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You (HarperCollins, January 4th) is a beautiful, smart and systematic approach to a topic that has gained robust traction during the time of her book development.
So we break down:
- Determining where you fit in the market (even a crowded one!)
- Doing the research required to understand your “competition”
- Dedicating time to your business to gather necessary intel
- Intentional platform work
- Knowing exactly who your book ISN’T for
- Navigating social situations alcohol-free
Euphoric includes an eight-week, easy to customize plan for anyone who wants to transform their relationship with alcohol and experience the life-changing benefits. Check it out (and all the amazing gifts Karolina has for you, here: www.euphoricbook.com/gift)
Don’t miss this powerful conversation on what it means to stop letting alcohol (even just socially) impact your life–AND learn some practical wisdom for creating marketable books.
Karolina Rzadkowolska is a certified alcohol-free life coach who helps powerful women make alcohol insignificant in their lives. She’s worked with thousands of clients through her online courses and coaching to unleash a new level of health. Her book Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You will be out in January 2022. In this episode Karolina joins Richelle to share how to stand out in a trending literary genre.
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