Hey, I do have a few and I hope you find it useful
1- Never compare yourself to big authors. I have seen many people who have started writing recently compare themselves to big authors and it helps in nothing but demotivating. Patience is the key and you’ll surely get there if you’re focused.
2- To have a story that has a negligible amount of grammatical errors. Readers like to read a story that has good grammar so that helps a lot tbh.
3- Having a good cover. Personally, I don’t really judge by a books cover but a lot of people do so try to have an eye-catching cover.
4- Try to have an interesting plot. Try to keep the reader interested for the next chapter.
5- Advanced directing. I really love stories with advance directing and I am sure I am not alone so it’s really important, you can pm me if you have any coding problems.
Also, lmk if you’re still up for a R4R.
Here are my details-
Name- Fake love
Author name- Sophia
Description- Getting a job…sounds fun, right? Finding new friends and probably a lover, but what if, your new steamy boss holds something more for you? (CC,LL,Art Scenes)
Genre- Romance, Comedy.
I totally agree with @Sophia.Epi but I also will include… Even when you published your story, don’t forget to promote!! Readers don’t come in one day… Have patience (but don’t wait a year ). There will always readers which likes your story and always a few readers which don’t like it. I still promote my stories on instagram and on this forum. And of course don’t be rude to readers and if readers are rude to you (scr*w them ) ignore them. Don’t give up after a few negative reader comments, because it’s your story… not theirs.
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