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There is a Barnsley FC book that some of my answers are in. Someone put together a book full of just questions, followed by whichever replies he got by email that he decided to use for that question.

So for example he'd ask how did you become a Barnsley FC fan and in depth replies (naming the fan so they get credit for contribution) would mention things like seeing them on TV, Dad took me etc.

So for example for us if we did the same route it could be laid out something like this.......

WHAT IS YOUR ALL TIME FAVOURITE WRESTLING PAY PER VIEW AND WHY?

This
is 
where
in
depth
you
would
come 
up
with
a
nice
size
reply

'real name' 'location' and Twitter handle if they have one.

If people get to contribute no matter who they are and get name checked and a free promotion of their Twitter handle so people think I like what that person put I will follow them, they would be more likely to purchase a E book of it.
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True, and I think that would work to have as a collected anthology of minor questions but I believe you'd need one overall question strong enough on its own to make you interested. Even just something like 'the best of wrestling' or something like that. Can wrestling survive in a post kayfabe world? Will there ever be a company to rival WWE? I'm just throwing ideas out there I'm not saying use them. 

What you've mentioned could be a great addition and would make a good read depending on who was answering the questions (get a couple of name value wrestlers in there and you're on to a winner) but if you're going to do a book there needs to be one theme running from start to finish.
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