OK. I need your help. Before you answer that question, I want you to know that you guys are the reason this book got written.
For the last three years, you have been asking me, “So when are you going to write a book?” Or, “Anne Moss, you need to write a book.” So I did. And when I needed encouragement to keep going, you guys were my cheerleaders. You are part of this book.
So while I’m not broadcasting the title, I can at least share the title with my tribe.
I’m calling it:
Diary of a Broken Mind
A window into the soul of a son who suffered from depression, addiction, and died by suicide
This book takes you through my journey to find life after my son’s shocking suicide and answers the “why” behind this cause of death, revealed through my family’s story, evidence-based research, and previously unpublished lyrics by my son, the deceased co-author.
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Now, here’s the part where I need your help. I need your answer to the question below.
Why would you want to read my book?
Apparently, memoir can be a tough sell. Even though it’s a subcategory called, self-help memoir.
Would you buy it? Would you read it? If so, I would like some quotes from you all on why you’d buy it and read it. I will include these quotes in my book proposal. Because like I said, you guys are part of it. So you might as well be part of helping me get that agent.
Agents and publishers are going to want to see if it has marketability. In other words, will it sell? As a marketer for decades, I can understand that. So you tell me. Why would you want to buy and read my book?
So give me some quotes I can screenshot! Thank you.
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