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Reviewing books can be difficult, especially as an author. You don't want to hinder future working relationships by one staring an author's work, but you don't think it's right to dismiss the book's pitfalls. What should you do?
Is the first draft the most authentic? Is the 2nd draft much better? Can too many drafts strip away what makes your book unique? Do good writers write multiple drafts?
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If you've ever woke up thinking you'd like to publish a book but didn't know where to start, this is the post for you.
Some reviewers lie or attack you as a person even before your book comes out. Here, I will prepare you for the inevitable nightmare reviewer.