Want a Second Opinion From an Expert?

Get Your Book Idea or Manuscript Critiqued!

Are you certain that your book idea is something that the world wants or needs? Is there a better angle you could take? Is it worth pursuing? We’ll give you the honest, helpful feedback that you need.

Fill out the form below to get valuable feedback on your idea or about your manuscript.

Expert Critique Form

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Knowing the condition of your book or whether your idea is worthwhile is a very intelligent thing to do.

The challenge comes in finding someone who knows enough about books and the market who will tell you like it is. Compliments when warranted, but no candy coating or false compliments that can cause you unnecessary anguish later on when your book is published.

You likely already know the good things about your books, but it’s the “not so good” points that can embarrass you or harm your reputation.

Fill out the short form above, and we will call you to talk briefly about your book in the following ways:

1. Ensure that your book’s topic is one people will want to read

2. Check to see if you have taken the right steps so far with your book

3. See whether it makes sense to have a full Book Critique done on your manuscript

From our conversation, you will walk away with a good sense of where your book is at, and you will be confident what your next step should be.

Don’t get caught being embarrassed by your book because no one ever told you the truth because they didn’t want to disappoint you.

It’s better you know now than after it is published. And if it’s an amazing book, we’ll be the first to tell you!

Fill out the short form above, and let’s talk briefly about your book.

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