The word beautiful was probably used 200 times to describe how the hero sees the heroine. Dear author: Get a thesaurus.
What I discovered is writing truly is a journey. The more I wrote (rewrote) the more involved I became with the story.
Variety as they say, is the spice of life. Editing, I can assure you, is not. Like any true artiste, however, I am willing to suffer for my art. And so is my waistline.
“I love your set-up…It may be my subjective opinion, but I have never read any romance author who writes better sex scenes than you.”
Do You Need An Editor? Yes. You do. But only if you want what you write to be readable. Only if you care about your readers and want them to get the best experience they can from reading your work. Otherwise? Sure, just throw it out there and see if…
You’re a bad writer.
I don’t care what your web site says. I don’t care how many traditionally published books you have under your belt or how popular you are with readers. You disappointed me. You ripped me off. You took my money in exchange for a piece of garbage.