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Did this writer need an editor? My notes and a poll follow.

This collection received an uncommon 5 stars out of 5 on Amazon. It seemed worth checking out a bargain of four novels for the price of none. The prologue gives us the openings of a crime scene, and that’s okay. There are the usual mystery story questions: who, what, etc.

But a craft issue caught my eye—the narrative seems to be more omniscient in flavor, but we are invited into the character’s mind with his feelings and sensations, which amounts to close third person POC. If that’s the case, the fact that he didn’t notice the string loosening shouldn’t be in the narrative. If the character doesn’t see it, it doesn’t exist.

I think it’s not powerful, but a mystery fan might read on. What do you think?

You can turn the page and read more here.

Poll: what are your thoughts about this author needing an editor?

Should this author have hired an editor?

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Here’s the opening page of Lock Key . Would you read on? How does it perform? Should this author have hired an editor?

DARREN AULT WOKE in pitch darkness, which was odd, because he was fairly certain he was dead.

He brought his hands to his face, tentatively, and felt for gunshot wounds. Finding none, he sat up, blinking, and began to move his hands around. This was done with considerable trepidation. He was understandably curious about his surroundings, but at the same time, the problem with darkness is that anything could be in it with you, and you’d never know until it was too late. As far as he knew, he could be sitting in a tiger’s lair, the cat’s dark-adapted eyes already sizing him up and deciding which parts of him would be the tenderest. He could be in a basement, at the mercy of the gangs his mother had repeatedly warned him about during his childhood in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. Worse still, his high school chum Lee McCaskill could still be there, somewhere, with the neat little pistol aimed at his forehead, like it had been minutes ago. Only this time, Lee would be wearing night-vision goggles, so he could see him in the dark.

Or maybe all three at the same time. Just because those were unlikely scenarios didn’t mean they were mutually exclusive.

But whatever horrors might await him in the dark, he couldn’t sit where he was forever. For one thing, the floor felt like tile, and was hard, uncomfortable, and cold. And for another, he (snip)

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Posted by: Sara Vincent , Posted on: - Categories: Best practice

We recently blogged about our checklist for reviewing content and got a lot of questions about sentence length.

The Service Design Manual explains how people read and why sentences longer than 25 words aren't accessible.

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we’re now saying that if you have sentences longer than 25 words, try to break them up or condense them. If you can’t, make sure they’re in plain English.

When you write more, peopleunderstand less

GOV.UK should be an authoritative, trusted source. This means we need to write in a way everybody understands. We know people distrust jargon and that being clear and direct helps - as do shorter sentences.

Writing guru Ann Wylie describes research showing that when average sentence length is 14 words, readers understand more than 90% of what they’re reading. At 43 words, comprehensiondrops to less than 10%.

Studies also show that sentences of 11 words are considered easy to read, while those of 21 words are fairly difficult. At 25 words, sentences become difficult, and 29 words or longer, very difficult.

People don’t read

Long sentences aren't just difficultfor people who struggle with reading or have a cognitive disability like dyslexia or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. They're also a problemfor highly literate people with extensive vocabularies.

This is partly because people tend to scan, not read . In fact, most people only read around 25% of what’s on a page. This means it’s important to get information across quickly.

If it’s complex, make it simple

Long, complicated sentences force users to slow down and work harder to understand what they’re reading. This isn’t something people want to do, even if they’re familiar with the subject or language you’re using.

It’s easy to assume this isn’t the case for highly literate readers or people considered experts. Yet the more educated a person is, and the more specialist their knowledge, the NIKE GTS 16 Nbuck Mens Skateboarding Shoes 105 H2Ie2CXD

These people often have the least time and most to read. Which means they just want to understand your point and move on, quickly.

Cut through the noise

It’s also important to think about how people access your content. They might be in a busy office, fighting for space on a crowded train or peering at their mobile in bed.

They don’t have time to deconstruct sentences and contemplate clauses, they just want you to get to the point.Doing thisshows you respect your reader’s time, interest and attention.

If you write short sentences using plain English, it’ll help more people understand your content. And by making it more accessible, you won’t just help your busiest readers, you’ll open it up to people who might otherwise struggle to understand it.

The information in this blogpost may now be out of date. See the current GOV.UK content and publishing guidance .

Self-Publishing 3.0

My most recent book, “Choose Yourself!” sold 53,000 copies since it’s release on June 3 [update 2016– over 500,000 copies], hit the Wall Street Journal Bestseller list, was No. 1 on Amazon for all non-fiction books for a few days and is still flirting with No. 1 in its various categories.

This post is about what I did differently, why I did it differently, and how I think anyone can do this to self-publish a bestseller. I describe all the numbers, who I hired and why, and how I made the various choices I did.

I strongly believe everyone reading this blog has the content inside of them to write a book. If you want to stand out in a world of content, you need to underline your expertise. Publishing a book is not just putting your thoughts on a blog post. It’s an event. It shows your best curated thoughts and it shows customers, clients, investors, friends and lovers what the most important things on your mind are right now.

Unfortunately, most people suck at it. I’ve largely sucked at it. I’ve published 11 books — five with traditional publishers and six that are self-published.

I’ve written before about publishing and self-publishing. But mostly it’s been how I lost money on every book I’ve written . This is the first time I can say I’ve published a good selling book and here is what I did.

I Finally Made Money By Self Publishing

Now Here’s How YOU Can Learn the New Rules of Publishing That Make It Easier Than Ever to Write a Book, Get It Published, and Get Paid….(like my friend who is making $40,000 a month on Amazon!) Start With My “Ultimate Checklist Before Self Publishing”

The distinction now is no longer between “traditional publishing” versus “self-publishing.” The distinction now is between professional versus unprofessional publishing. My first 10 books were done unprofessionally. Even the ones with the big publishing houses. They will probably hate me now. I hope not. I really like the people I worked with at these publishers.

I hope that everyone self-publishes. The benefits are enormous:

More money

Unless you are a John Grisham or E L James you will make much more money by professionally self-publishing. It’s not just money on sales but also foreign rights and special packages that you can offer if you control all the rights to your work. Packages that the traditional publishers almost never go for.

Incidentally, both of those authors self-published their first books. EL James, in fact, sold 250,000 copies of “50 Shades” via Createspace/Amazon before publishers even noticed her.

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Control over design

Traditional publishers usually keep that control.

You will probably speed up your publication date by over a year or more if you self-publish.

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