‘Helpful’ Feedback on your Book: Use It or Ignore It?

Should you trust your audience’s input on your book, or trust your own gut instead?

Your audience can help craft and refine your book, but how involved should they be in that process?

There’s a sweet spot between culling and keeping feedback that Pamela Wilson and Jeff Goins explore here.

Here’s another question: while in the midst of writing one book, is it useful to think about your next move? Should you be thinking in terms of a series, or should you focus on the task at hand?

The answer, it turns out, has everything to do with feedback — again.

In this episode Jeff Goins and Pamela Wilson discuss:

  • The value of bringing your audience into the book writing process
  • Why you shouldn’t blog your whole book (but why blogging parts of it is smart)
  • The practice of repurposing: making your “book byproduct”’ work for you
  • Jeff’s “Three Bucket System” for content generation and organization

The Show Notes