This is a really interesting and difficult question that I stumbled upon over here at selfpublishingteam.com. Because quite honestly, I don’t really know…
I feel like being a writer makes me unique as a person, especially living in a small town where most people I know don’t even read books let alone write them. But what makes me unique as an actual writer? What sets my work apart from others?
Honestly… in this generation, where there are so many avenues for getting your work out into the world. I think what makes me unique is that I don’t want to self-publish. I’m quite happy to write a million books and send a million query letters until I find an agent and publisher. I want to be traditionally published and if I’m never signed by an agent and never published by a major publishing house then that’s okay, because I’ll still be writing. And maybe that’s what makes me unique. That drive to write something commercial and publishable.
Hard question… what makes you unique as a writer fellow bloggers. I hope you have better luck answering the question than I did.