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“Whom are you writing for?” I ask writers who come to me. They are generally at the early stages of the memoir-writing process and my goal is to save them time and energy.
“I want to my children and grandchildren to know me,” they generally answer, “and I want to place my life in a greater context. I’m hoping to have readers beyond my kin, readers who are interested in a larger picture of what life was,” a memoirist will realize.
Let me share a shocking truth: your memoir—and mine—will not appeal to everyone in the world. It is likely to appeal only to a small niche group, but given that there are a billion people in the world who read English, the “small” group may be large enough to support you nicely as a writer. You, the writer, have to reach them—that is the niche marketing part.
Who will read your memoir?
An example of a niche market: the writer raised a Down syndrome child and has written a memoir of the experience. Her/his audience will be parents of such children and professionals who work with them. I’m not one of this audience. I’m sorry, but while I am generally sympathetic to this issue, I am not interested enough in it to spend hours reading about it. But, not to worry! There are tens of thousands of people—parents and professionals—who are interested in such a story.
In this video, Who Are You Writing For? we discuss an audience for your book. Click below to learn more on.
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