No, I Won't Buy Your eBook

Rated 2.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Why won't readers buy your book? Because it stinks, that's why. More
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Published by aLife Beyond Books
Words: 2,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311263339

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Review by: Chris Mason on Oct. 28, 2017 :
As others have pointed out. This is a mean sported book by a snarky author who in essence is trying to be a poor man's Mark Coker. The book is filled with nothing but common sense that most people already know. However the author fails miserably at the task the book he wrote sets out to accomplish. Unless the task was turning readers off. If this was the intent then sir you have succeeded with flying colors.
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Review by: Desertphile on Dec. 29, 2014 :
The writer is absolutely 100% correct in her or his advice: the #1 reason why your book isn't selling is because it is not good enough for anyone to buy---- it really is that simple. It is not a conspiracy against you when nobody wants to buy your books: it's because your writing sucks limes. If you don't want to hear these basic facts, get out of the business: you're not a writer.

So far two "reviewers" have castigated the writer for the horrible crime of stating that which every independent publisher (i.e., would-be writer) damn well already ought to know: if your work is not selling, your work is no good: go dig fence post holes instead--- there's much more money in that job than in writing, even for good writers.
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Review by: Francis W. Porretto on Dec. 28, 2014 :
Oh, how imaginative! A mean-spirited screed stippled with unnecessary profanity! A tirade intended to heap derision and discouragement on indie writers! Exactly what the world has been slavering for, especially during the Christmas season.

This...person appears to suffer from some undisclosed malady of the spirit. His evident eagerness to abuse persons he doesn’t know suggests that he’s a bitterly disappointed man, possibly one whom chance has thwarted in all his endeavors. Perhaps he can be forgiven on the grounds of an abusive childhood. However, I don’t know him well enough for that...and I don’t want to.

Have a few more drinks, Mr. Dwight. And Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.
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Review by: Robert A.V. Jacobs on Dec. 28, 2014 :
Basically this was a good idea, but with glaring errors such as:
"You don't just a book by its cover" rather than the correct:
"You don't judge a book by its cover" and a number of other spelling mistakes, its not very good at all.
A fair bit of unnecessary bad language disguises what could have been a useful message to budding authors.
The last line says that this is his first book, but I can only hope that it's his last if this is the only way that he can write.
It does have one saving grace...it's free.
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