Clarity of purpose for the reader
The success of a book for both author and business (where relevant) flows from the value the reader experiences when reading the book. It is the critical measure used when understanding whether or not a book is ready for publication. The background information provided by yourself via the online form provides the information on which the first three sections are based.
There is either little detail or very generic, broad reasons are given as to why a reader should purchase or read the book. The book is described in terms of its purpose for the business/author clearly but little mention is made of the value it offers to the reader.
There is some clarity around why a reader should buy the book. However, these are generally similar to other titles in the space or are highly generic.There is a focus on the information presented as an end it itself.
It is clear what makes this book distinctive and valuable for specific kinds of readers. The information presented sits within a broader agenda of creating results for readers. The book is clearly for the reader’s needs first, not the author’s.
It is challenging to get detailed clarity in this zone when a title is designed to be thought provoking or inspirational as there is an inherent vagueness in this agenda.