Book Fail part 1: How to lose readers at the start

Hi, all, it’s Sher today with some advice for writers. It’s been a while since I gave writing advice because I prefer promoting books I like, but I think it’ time to explain some important problems I’ve encountered over the years. These are all reasons I stop reading books early …

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A Foul Fowl Deed–True Story Part Two

Hi, all, Sher here with part two of my Foul Fowl Deed story. In case you didn’t read the first part, please click here, and a new tab will open so you can read without losing your place. Once you’re read the first post, you’ll know something bad is about …

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I see ghost writers!

Do you have a book you’ve always wanted to write but don’t have the skill? Or maybe you don’t have enough time. Well, I have great news for you in the form of a ghost writer. Karen Cole is the same editor who guest posted for me two weeks ago …

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Mistakes that make me put a book down.

There’s a plague going around, one that’s hurting indie authors chances of getting enough good reviews to sell their books well. I’m not talking about reaching best-seller status, just decent sales. I don’t want to keep you in suspense. The plague is writing mistakes, including, but not limited to, grammar …

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Please Read for Charity! Autism via Scott Bury

It’s that time again. Not fall. Not Thanksgiving either, although I’m thankful for writers like Scott Bury who donate a part of their book profits to charity. Did you guess it’s RABMAD time? I love that acronym, so dangerous sounding. Yet it’s really as far from dangerous as you can …

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