If you were to write a book about Transylvania or the people who lived there, would this mean you would make sales?
Does it mean you need to publish your book even if you might not get many sales? My belief is that we need to write about Transylvania. There are a lot of folk stories and myths about the area's history, and some of them are based in fact.
I think it would be wonderful to have the chance to publish a best seller about Transylvania; not one which is a fictional novel. For example, when I sell my book (which is a history book about the Second World War) many people ask if Dracula in it. Romania was not a country when Vald Tepes was alive, (he was a prince of Wallachia)
My answer to them is, No, sorry please see Bram Stoker.
Transylvania and its people might mean some sales, but it also means a lot of hard work.
There are some excellent books about Transylvania out there. It is important that people seek them out and read them.
Become a Follower of Things about Transylvania, and read In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories and on Kindle In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories you can also find it here and here