I have been writing about this for some time, but this week’s Writer’s Digest magazine has picked up on it. If an emerging writer wants to breakthrough in this ever-growing complicated publishing market, he has to show that he has conceived a readership ready to wolf down his book once it is out there for all the world to see and buy. Building that audience needs patience and skillfulness. This means writing to seduce like young folks write courtship missives. Perfection is a relative term, but the desire to reach that plateau will ultimately make him a better writer each day.