There is a moderately famous writer who has put out an ebook similar to mine. I'm sure hers is more PROFESSIONAL and I know it is half the cost of mine.
- She has only been published in HALF the mags I have been in.
- I don't see anywhere in her ebook description that she includes MARKETS.
- She used to tell her students about MY ebook until I said in an online interview that she was RECOMMENDING IT TO PEOPLE. Okay, she WAS recommending it to people, so why did she get so mad when I stated that fact? She got all into semantics about how she did not ENDORSE my ebook and then basically boycotted my ebook and would not listen to reason. Interesting how my sales dropped dramatically and now she has her own, SIMILAR, product.
- Why would someone with a successful career teaching expensive online courses in writing (a book at the library is free) and writing books want to infringe on someone else's territory?
By the way, I'm working frantically on the FIFTH edition of my book, which will be sent for FREE to previous purchasers. Can you say LONGEVITY?! (p.s. healthy competition is good for anyone!)