Saturday, June 29, 2013
I approach a .99 book the same as any other, look at the cover, the blurb, read the sample. The cover MUST be somewhat professional looking and the blurb shouldn't have any spelling or grammar errors. However, if the cover is really bad and the blurb is really bad then it saves you wasting your time on the sample. (This applies to indie books only). If those three things are good, I'll buy it. I figure even if it's not Hemingway, it's someone with enough skill and talent to entertain me for a few hours and that's really all I ask.