RE: selling my story

#3
If they're buying it, than writing a good blurb is even more important than normal.  At least put some effort into that.  It's so ridiculous how little people care about their blurbs.  I glossed over yours and saw almost a dozen grammar mistakes without even reading it.

RE: selling my story

#4
The thing about grammar is that English is an evolving language. It's not stopped changing yet. So some people can say you have mistakes when it actually is how people are really thinking and saying things. But to some extent having it clean and flow well is truly needed.

E-books by themselves won't necessarily draw you a readership though. You need to do that first because an e-book needs to be able to have those things to feed it too. Kindle and amazon and those things are doors but how do you find the door?

Good luck

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