Who are you?
I don’t mean in the sense of your name, age, or personality.
I mean, as an author, who are you?
If you had to describe your writing – not a specific book, but just your personal writing style —to a stranger, what would you say?
It’s okay if you don’t know the answer right now.
Because by the end of this post, you will, thanks to our two secret equations (Yeah, that’s right, you’re getting a two-for-one!).
Defining who you are as an author is about more than just your genre, your book, or your blog.
It’s about what makes you unique.
And once you know what makes you unique, you can find the right readers who will appreciate your unique appeal.
So how do you find out who you are as an author?
Easy – you just have to do the math.
Don’t worry, I’ve got two simple formulas to help you along and all tests will be open book and open notes!
Both of these equations will give you two key elements:
- Something fans can relate to (in this case, a well-known author)
- Something that makes you unique
It’s up to you which one fits your writing personality best (Or, if you want to get really crazy, you can use both!).Continue Reading