Everything I do is about the reader’s experience. My ethos is simple: when readers pick up one of my books, they are investing more than just hard-earned money in my creative product. They are investing their leisure time and – what’s even more important in the Silicon Age – their downtime. So I set myself the unrealistic goal of writing so well that every single reader will appreciate the experience. This will never happen. But at a very minimum, every reader should put one of my books down after having read the last page and think, “not to my taste, but at least it was well crafted, professional, and the characters were credibly rendered”.
This means, concretely, I have a zero-tolerance policy for any and all of the following:
2) Plot holes
3) Loose ends
I want to hear every bit of feedback from you, the reader, to make sure that is the case. Because let’s face it, in the age of self-publishing, there is a lot of crap out there.
So if you buy one of my books and can find in it honest instances of any of the above, contact me, showing the Amazon receipt for the purchase, and I will give you your money back. I promise.
Graham at Amazon.co.uk