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Old 11-29-2010, 02:39 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by mr ploppy View Post
Some are worse than others, but I have yet to read any ebook (free or paid for) that hasn't had a lot of mistake in it. I usually send a list of them to the writer if they are contactable, but most don't seem to be interested. One even took it as a criticism of his book.
Argh! That is so annoying. As an author, you have an obligation to publish the best work possible. If you're an indie author, it's harder to get your book just right because you don't have editors and proofreaders on staff. But you have to do it because as an indie author, you're already battling against the bad reputation that comes with self-publishing. In other words, if you want to play with the big boys, don't ignore constructive criticism. (Yes, "Your spelling and grammar suck" can be considered constructivce criticism. )
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