I've just published an erotic horror short story on Amazon and am offering for free today (and probably again next week!
How do I get the readers to rate it - quite a few have downloaded it so far, but no one has rated! Does that in itself mean it's not that good? or do people simply not rate?
You are lucky to get an review per 100 sales on Amazon. But there are worse thing than having no reviews, including having reviews from obvious shills.
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