Take a look at these scathing reviews.
Bad grammar is evident in three places:
- Your title
- Your description
- The “look inside” section of your book
Take a look at this review:
What can an author do?
Here are two tactics that work when bad grammar is killing sales:
The first and fastest route is to correct the errors. Choose this route if you already have some good reviews.
Depending on the type of errors your book has …
- Go through your entire book using either ProWritingAid or Grammarly.
- Hire a professional proofreader.
- Hire a professional editor.
- Hire an editor (first) and then a proofreader for a final run through.
Be careful when hiring proofreaders and editors on job boards such as Fiverr … most of them will use ProWritingAid or Grammarly. Specifically ASK if they use them or if they “manually” read the book … OR if they use a combination of both (which would be MY preference).
DATE: Due to comments about grammar errors, this book has been professionally edited and is now error free.
Do It Yourself Grammar Software
The second thing I want to note is that these programs are an excellent way to learn how to speak and write English better. If you take the time to read the rules and if you pay attention to the mistakes you consistently make, you will become a better writer. IF English is a second language for you, you will find yourself rapidly improving if you take the time to pay attention, learn and then use what you have learned.