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25 Low Content Book Ideas that you can publish on Amazon KDP!

Low content books ~ journals, planners, diaries etc ~ are more than just a great way to make passive income.

Done well, they add authority to your business, and, there is a huge amount to be said for having your products, with your branding, in the homes of your clients. It is a great way to make sure you are never forgotten by your audience!

My first foray into low content publishing on Amazon was with my Business Freedom Planner.

I had run a training session with a colleague on bullet journals for productivity and while many had been intrigued/curious about starting bullet journaling, we found that the biggest objection was that many found setting up the weekly spreads to be too big a task.

So, I designed a pre-formatted bullet journal focussed on business productivity.

And became addicted to self-publishing. 

It is quick to do, relatively simple and trust me when I say that there is nothing greater than knowing someone is holding a piece of your work in their hands.

But there’s more to low-content publishing than just diaries and notebooks.

Here’s 25 ideas for low-content books YOU could publish on Amazon KDP!

  1. Adult Coloring Books: Themed designs for relaxation and stress relief.
  2. Gratitude Journals: Pages for daily reflections and notes on what you’re thankful for.
  3. Daily Planners: Organized layouts for planning each day, week, or month.
  4. Travel Journals: Templates for recording travel experiences, itineraries, and memories.
  5. Sketchbooks: Blank pages for drawing and sketching.
  6. Recipe Journals: Spaces to record and organize favorite recipes.
  7. Guest Books: For events like weddings, parties, and other gatherings.
  8. Fitness Journals: Track workout routines, progress, and fitness goals.
  9. Meal Planners: Weekly or monthly layouts for planning meals.
  10. Dream Journals: Spaces to record dreams and reflect on their meanings.
  11. Reading Logs: Track books read, along with thoughts and reviews.
  12. Project Planners: For organizing and tracking project details and milestones.
  13. Habit Trackers: Daily or weekly layouts for tracking habits and routines.
  14. Gratitude Coloring Books: Combination of gratitude prompts and coloring pages.
  15. Budget Planners: Track expenses, savings, and financial goals.
  16. Baby Books: Spaces to record milestones, memories, and photos of a baby’s first years.
  17. Wedding Planners: Detailed layouts for planning all aspects of a wedding.
  18. Prayer Journals: Spaces for writing prayers and reflections.
  19. Music Practice Journals: Track practice sessions, goals, and progress.
  20. Garden Journals: Record gardening activities, plant growth, and seasonal notes.
  21. Mindfulness Journals: Prompts and spaces for mindful reflection and meditation.
  22. Gratitude and Goal-Setting Journals: Combined layouts for expressing gratitude and setting goals.
  23. Chore Charts: For kids or households to track and manage chores.
  24. Wine Tasting Journals: Record and review different wines, including tasting notes and ratings.
  25. Pet Care Journals: Track pet health, vet visits, feeding schedules, and other care details.

If you’d like some more inspiration, why not check out my own self-published low content planners & notebooks here.

See Alex's designs

Or, if you want to know more about how to publish your own low content books, check out my mini-course here.

I want to learn how to do this!

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