Creative writing is a form of art, but in the publishing game, works of art don’t go to museums: they go to market. This means that your book doesn’t just need to be a great idea, beautifully written. It needs to be a marketable product that meets industry standards.
As an author, you create the product: your book. But it’s readers who create the market and publishers who decide if it belongs there. That’s why it’s crucial to know who your book’s primary audience is, what they want and expect from it, and what criteria your book needs to fit to get published.
Without targeting your book from the beginning, you may pour your passion, creativity and hard work into a manuscript that will never get published.
If you want to ensure every minute and ounce of energy you spend on your book pays dividends through publication, this package is for you.
The Target Audience & Demographics for Books package is part two of our Module 1 bundle – the first instalment of our Ultimate Blueprint for successful Publishing course. It’s designed to help you maximise your book’s success on the market by gaining clarity around what you’re writing, who it’s for, and how to connect with them meaningfully.
From reader demographics by genre to target audience examples, this learning package will empower you with useful information, game-changing tools and actionable insights for finding, reaching and captivating your book’s audience.
Our user-friendly online creative writing courses are designed to be your go-to resources for all things writing and publishing. They can be watched from anywhere at any time, so you can learn and write whenever and wherever it suits.
Each package contains a collection of stand-alone lessons honing in on a specific skill, concept or technique, and you can take them in any order you like. Keep track of what you’ve learned or skip to the lessons you want the most in your personalised dashboard, and easily find any lesson you’ve missed.
Video training designed to increase your knowledge retention
Easy to use templates that will let you focus on what's really important
Creative handouts that you will want to refer to again and again