Click on the genre to see some of the recommended keywords to rank your book in the top #100 of a specific category. Some Categories are linked with Keyword Requirements The genres below are designed to be linked with keyword suggestions that help rank books in certain categories.It inspired both praise—from the likes of purity matriarch Elisabeth Elliot and Focus on the Family—and book-length rebuttals.Harris was already a popular speaker at conferences for Christian home-schoolers and had started his own magazine, but the book’s influence quickly outpaced its modest built-in audience—it has sold more than 1.2 million copies to date. You weren’t just not having sex, you were adopting “a revolutionary pattern of living” that would make you both a better Christian and, someday, a better spouse.Purity and modesty aren't just for girls - they are vital for boys as well.Let's not have a double standard - books for boys should be included in this list - and for that matter, more should be written!
Type them into the search bar slowly, one letter at a time and watch as prompts appear with words Amazon thinks you might be looking for in the search field. For fiction, this can be hard if you already have a title and are set on keeping it. For non-fiction especially, your title must be related to search terms. I understand–most of my fiction titles don’t have keywords either, but it makes the battle that much harder to reach the top. If possible, adding keywords to your book’s title or subtitle will do more good than at any other location since the title is most influential on search results. Adrienna wrote: "I only read Joshua Harris\' books back in 2003 or so and see I read the other book 2008 by Dannah, re-reading now for a radio show, and might want to add The Naked Truth by Lakita Garith."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect.Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" These are good books - but where are the books for boys?!?!