Ground Rules:

-My personal story is not particularly interesting or relevant. I won't divulge personal information.

-I don't do reviews. I make comments on stories only, so don't ask me to review your book.

-Don't e-mail me with one-way spam asking to read your book. You'll get an earful.

-If you're more focused on marketing than writing a good story, I'll drop your story. Don't fill my feed with self-promoting garbage.

-I drop stories that haven't been updated in a couple of months. On that note, at least have the dignity to tell your audience you are dropping a project.

-I'm moody, impulsive, mercurial, slow-witted and perpetually overburdened. Therefore, I can only afford to be blunt. I am not a nice person. I don't want to pretend to be your friend. It is not my calling in life to please people. But, if I say anything nice or positive, then it is because I mean it.

-Don't ask me to help you with your project. I have more than enough on my plate, so the answer is always "No."

-Expect my work to be riddled with all kinds of spelling, grammatical, and consistency errors. I'm not always the sharpest tool in the shed, but I do work as hard as I can. I edit and re-edit, over and over again until you get something that's actually readable.

-Last, but not least, never, ever bother me if you haven't actually read my book. Don't try to play me for a sucker.

If you're still here, thanks for stopping by and I sincerely hope you enjoy the story.
  • Atlanta GA
  • JoinedMarch 30, 2014


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