This is truth, and it’s put there in layman’s terms and you gotta love the quirkiness. Reviews, guidebooks, grabbing the readers attention. This is what the writing world is in any and every form you can think of.
Author Angel Lawson has also given her take on this post in regards to her books and you can find that post here: http://www.angellawson.com/consumer-power-author-responsiblity-why-reviews-matter-by-kristen-lamb/
Let the Ink Run Free
We’ve had an eventful week or so with my last couple of unplanned posts. In all fairness, I did expect to get some knickers in a twist (which I did) with my post Pay the Writer. As a quick recap, I love used bookstores. They get a lot more of my money than I like to admit *looks up number to 12 Step Sponsor*
You don’t understand. Half Price Books has books ZEN DOODLES. No frigging idea what those are…just that I need some.
I’m not against “discovering” an author there.
But writers? If we promote used bookstores, make sure to remind readers you don’t get paid that way. Discovery must serve a purpose. Exposure must have the follow-up to be effective.
Because if you don’t ever make any money, you have to go work retail. If you work retail, one day you will be asked one too many stupid…
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