XxTIMOxX wrote:It all depends on what kind of ebook and writing you're accustomed to. I've written a book myself, which I also released as an ebook:
and you really need to write something you have a passion for, and not necessarily just what everyone wants. I happened to have a passion for writing about a bunny who got his eyes ripped out of his head and replaced with regenerating bombs.So everyone has their forte
Although from your post, you seem to be focusing on costumes. So I would start with that, but always make sure you do something different to catch your readers attention and keep it.
XxTIMOxX wrote:If you're going to go more so helping people with activities and shopping, I would spend time finding uniquely fun games, and places that don't carry all the normal Halloween stuff. You definitely want to do something to stand out from the crowd, books are a very crowded space to jump into.
Pumpkin_Man wrote: How about some nice scary stories. That allways goes well with a Halloween book.
I would also suggest a chapter on pumpkins, and carving jack o'lanterns.
jadewik wrote:Just had another thought-- what about putting in some pre-made invites for various themed parties?
A lot of people are just looking for quick party invites, name cards, etc-- so including a cool template or two for a themed party might be a good idea if you can swing it. Party planning, in general... suggestions for food, decorations, activities and having it be quick and easy for people too are really what a lot of (average) people are looking for in Halloween magazines/books. (We don't really have that trouble here because us forum dwellers think about Halloween year-round, sometimes planning years in advance!)
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