8 Effective forget about broke review Elevator Pitches
I am excited to announce my new book, Forget About Broken. I spent much of my life broke. You may have heard me say that. I grew up broke, I worked for a year in South Korea, I had to give up my first job after my first semester of college, and I had a really hard time figuring out how to make rent, or even survive on my own. I’m excited to share my story.
I hope you enjoy my new book, Forget About Broken.
I’m excited, too.
Just about anything that I’m writing will be broken. But the book? I’m going to try and take a more “brittle” approach to it. I’m going to see where it goes. I really want readers to pick up the book and let it fall open and read what’s inside.
“Breaking” is the process of breaking something, breaking something down into its parts and analyzing it. It’s where you decide whether it is good enough to be published or not, or whether it’s worth publishing at all.
The most important thing Im going to do though is break it down into its parts. Im going to try and break it down into its parts, then get the rest out.
Its hard to know if what you have is good enough to be published or not. If it is true, you have to start with the good. But you can never take the bad with your good, so you have to step back and say, “Well, maybe this isn’t really what we wanted to include in our book.” But you have to take what you want out of it first.
It’s a good idea to start with your good first, because you don’t want to end up writing a bad review.
There are a few different types of good reviews. Some people want to write reviews for their own website. Then, depending on the reviewer, they might have a bad opinion about themselves or the book. Or they might have a bad opinion of the book so they want to correct it. If you want to write a bad review of a book that you think is terrible, you have to first write a good review of the book.
It’s a double-edged sword. If you write a bad review, you risk putting your name out there, and it might end up on a “bad” list somewhere. But if you write a good review, you might not be on a “bad” list. If you write a bad review of a book, you might be the first to be banned.