Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Posthumous Publishing, Part 2

In the weeks to come, I'll be posting this handy 28 Part Guide to Posthumous Publishing.
Success is virtually guaranteed!



Part 2: Bookworms and Other Kinds

Terrible to contemplate, but bookworms are not always welcome readers. They usually take an exceedingly narrow view of the written word as they bore through the pages of any book, fiction or nonfiction. They are not known for having even the most basic comprehension and retention skills, so don’t expect rave reviews. On the plus side, bookworms do tend to take on any genre available to them, so if you write erotic zombie stories, post-apocalyptic crime fiction, unhelpful self help guides, or highly-technical nonfiction, they can be considered a large and reliable audience. Other worms, especially earthworms, are generally not to be considered avid readers, though they may cause other unmentionable difficulties for the would-be posthumous author.

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