Round-Up Question of the Week: What difference do you hope to make in the world with your books?

This week we asked our community on Facebook to answer this question: What difference do you hope to make in the world with your books? Here’s what they had to say:

Mike Loomis: I hope my books make a difference for writers and entrepreneurs by helping them save time, navigate the new publishing landscape, and increase confidence in their voice. – Mike Loomis, www.MikeLoomis.CO

Anne Janzer: I hope that my books help people find their writing voices, communicate effectively, and create the work that matters in their lives.

Marie DeHaan: I want people to know that cancer does not have to be a death sentence:

Joel D Canfield: I hope my next book helps authors do a better job at making writing resistance irrelevant, and getting more written while enjoying it more.

Vlady Peters: I have to say that every book I’ve ever written started off with research I was doing for myself. Then I’d find myself with so much information that I realised I could ‘fill a book’. So I did.

Marquita Herald: My book, my blog, everything I write is about showing people the way to embrace the power they have to create their own life experience. Every time I receive an email from a reader telling me that my words gave them the courage to face their fears or challenge their limits confirms I’ve found my purpose in life.

Alyse Cory: Open eyes; open hearts.

David Evans: The focus of my books and blog is to help people get along better, and treat each other with greater respect, especially across racial, cultural, and gender barriers. This is the focus of a book I am currently working on about race, and also my Pschology Today blog,, “Can’t We All Just Get Along?”