I came across a blog post the other day that I want to share with you precisely because the author is not a novelist, but she is a consumer–the type of consumer who might one day download your e-book.
In this post, Jill P. Viers writes about the overabundance of typos in a free e-book she downloaded—a nonfiction book filled with information she says “is valid and fairly useful”—yet the book is loaded with errors.
“Why Writing Well Matters, Even When Your Product Is Free” is a post every author should read. Remember: Your book is your resumé; you never get a second chance to make a first impression; save yourself time, money, and anxiety by making sure your book is the best it can be before you publish.
I am reading an ebook that I picked up for free when I signed up for someone’s mailing list. The…
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