Book Review: Why Does My Book Not Sell? 20 Simple Fixes

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Rayne Hall has released “Why Does My Book Not Sell?” Which offers 20 simple fixes.  While I do not yet have a book to sell, I hope to one day, so I enjoy reading these types of books so that once I do decide to release something I’ll know a bit more of what to do to get it out there.

The book is broken down into different areas of your book and what might go wrong with them.  I liked that it had several different topics for each item which may be causing a lack of sales and interest in your book and that there is also a section called “Mistakes I Made and Learnt From” which the author mentions some of the real pitfalls that needed to be overcome to increase sales.

The book certainly gave me a lot of things to keep in mind that I otherwise wouldn’t have thought of for when I am ready for writing my own books.  If you are an author and are not finding the sales that you would like with your book, I recommend you check out this book to see if you can figure out where your book is falling short and what you can do to try and remedy that.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Author
Rayne Hall has published more than fifty books in several languages under several pen names with several publishers in several genres, mostly fantasy, horror and non-fiction. She is the author of the bestselling Writer’s Craft series and editor of the Ten Tales anthologies. She is a trained publishing manager, holds a masters degree in Creative Writing, and has worked in the publishing industry for over thirty years. Having lived in Germany, China, Mongolia and Nepal, she has now settled in a small dilapidated town of former Victorian grandeur on the south coast of England where she enjoys reading, gardening and long walks along the seashore. She shares her home with a black cat adopted from the cat shelter. His name is Sulu and he likes to snuggle into Rayne’s arms with his paws wrapped around her wrist when she’s writing.

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