Dear Christian Indies,
In case you weren’t aware, we have a facebook group!* And a couple of weeks ago, a listener posted in that group a very big question. How, she wondered, does someone write a “great” book? And she was super clear; she was looking for advice as to how to write a book that was “GREAT”, as opposed to a book that was “meh”.
The other hosts and I pondered how best to answer this question, and I think we were not the only ones who were stymied by it, as the post got very little traction and not a lot of responses. Honestly, it’s a great question! The issue is, it’s also a really BIG question. And, at least for me, it raises a ton of associated questions, such as, “how does one measure the “greatness” of a book?”
Well, the co-hosts and I decided this question would be an excellent foundation for a podcast episode, and that is what we’re bringing to you this week; each of the hosts will have for you their one big tip for writing a book that will be GREAT, and not just, “meh.”
It’s bound to be a great episode. See you there!