Three Hoodies Save the World

Constant moaning and whinging about everything

Finally did it properly

After a review of Three Hoodies 1 I finally plucked up the courage to re-edit it again. I should have done it a lot sooner and now understand at least one of the reasons why it hasn’t sold as well as I’d hoped. Apart from twenty six stupid punctuation errors and numerous spelling mistakes, one of the chapters was numbered incorrectly. I know. Stupid, careless and irresponsibly amateurish. However, it’s all a learning curve and I’ve definitely learned my lesson.
My style has also changed significantly and at least in this version there will be no misunderstanding as to who is speaking. It also reads a lot better and still makes me laugh, but then I always did a rather unusual sense of humour.
I did it primarily for those who had either bought or got it free and hopefully someone will forgive my earlier slackness and give it another try.
I’ve now finished Three Hoodies 3 but have decided not to publish unless my sales for this particular series rise. I wonder if I should re-publish my later novels under another name. Readers are an (understandably) unforgiving bunch. I know if I’d paid money for a novel, which even if good, was sloppily presented, then I would be most unimpressed.
I’ve submitted the finished MS’s to Amazon and Smashwords, and this time in the formats they both prefer, rather than the same for both.
Oh the arrogance of youth. I’ve given myself a slap.


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2 thoughts on “Finally did it properly

  1. I’d say it depends on how many you sold. if it’s a lot, then yeah, there may be a reputation issue, but if it;s not very many then you’re probably okay 🙂

  2. Unfortunately it’s not a lot – less than a hundred, but I have to try.

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