You want to get media coverage for your book, right? First you need to identify what it is that you have to offer and you better have good answers to the questions below.
Are you really selling to the news media? Is it:
· News to Use
· Human Interest
· Opinion and Rant
· Research Data
· Humor and Satire
· Resources and Lists
What can you say that others cannot?
What do you know or understand that few or no one else does?
What have you experienced that few others have?
What ideas can you voice that are new or unique?
What do people need or want to hear that you can share?
Where is there a void that needs filling?
What perspectives can you share that are stated in a way few others can express?
Take what is unique, best, first, and interesting and sell it!!
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