Understandably, you need to be sure that you pay attention to what you’re doing when you’re writing your Kindle books. You need to do more than just take a look at the intellectual side of what you’re doing and instead tap into a more emotional kind of connection to whatever story or topic it is that you’ve decided to tell the world about. While it’s certainly entirely plausible to write an effectively selling Kindle book without making this kind of connection, there’s no doubt you’ll find the entire writing (and subsequent marketing) process much, much easier than you would otherwise.
The need to have an emotional investment in your story or topic at hand is so important because it helps you focus on what you want to accomplish with your Kindle book. It allows you to get an idea of what your characters are doing and how or why they’re acting the way they are in your story. It could even be used to help you figure out what you want your story to ultimately accomplish while also managing to more easily discover what exactly you’re hoping to truly pitch to prospective readers with it all.
You can have an easier time with getting your story to be more appealing and intriguing if you’ve managed to have some kind of emotional attachment in place behind it. Doing all of this also helps to accomplish you’re getting on the same wavelength as your targeted demographic. Readers can easily tell when a story or non-fictional book is written simply to make money off of selling it or instead for the greater good of getting the information or tale out there to the masses.
You can also help yourself stay invested in writing your Kindle books as a means of helping you avoid writers block or a lengthy patch of being absolutely unsure of what or where to go next. An emotional connection will help provide for you a special bond with your book – as corny as this may sound.
Finally, being passionate about your work is vital because it makes it easier for you to want to market what you’ve written. Instead of merely being about how many of your Kindle books you sell solely for the money you make, you’re instead just interested in marketing it because you’re so attached and confident that it will do some good. This includes telling everyone about why your Kindle book may be something of interest to them and is understandably valuable even after you’ve finished the final draft.
You can even share your enthusiasm and emotional interest in your story through a blog or even through guest-post articles on other blogs or websites. This investment can even spread all the way through into the cover art, the title and the description – which are oftentimes some of the hardest aspects of finalizing your Kindle book for sale.
So how’s this best accomplished? Well, it’s simple really. Simply choose topics or subjects for your Kindle books that are close to your heart or interests. If you’re still having trouble, sit down, take out a notebook and list everything that you’re passionate about and like to do in your everyday life. Follow this up with niche market research and you should be ready to roll in no time!