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Hi Theresa, I replied the first time you made a post about this a few weeks ago and I'm sorry you haven't had luck getting your book back into SFR.  Keep at it is my advice.  Keep asking to be put in contact with a supervisor or someone higher up in content review in every single email.  Keep listing out similar books in your also-boughts, in the SFR genre, with similar covers/blurbs that aren't in erotica.  Tell them that the change in category provides a poor customer experience for any potential readers.  When my SFR book was put into erotica, I also sent over a dozen emails, back and forth, for over a month, but I never stopped replying and never stopped asking for everything I outlined above.  Eventually, I was put in contact with a supervisor and they immediately changed my book back once they re-read all the emails I had been exchanging with support.  Don't give it, just be persistent and, frankly, a thorn in their side.
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Writers' Cafe / Re: Epic Fantasy Box Set 3d Cover Image mock up
« Last post by Annie B on Today at 05:00:07 PM »
I like option B2
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Writers' Cafe / Re: How to be a better writer
« Last post by K'Sennia Visitor on Today at 04:52:47 PM »
If you not willing and able to write on the toilet, you shouldn't call yourself a writer.

 Prexactly! You get it. Loo writing is the best writing!
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'lots of sexy times' makes it sound more about sex than you mentioned. The only other thing I can think of is if any of your keywords was a trigger. Maybe they are picking on alien sex now; I saw there were a few other alien romance books in the erotica category when I followed the link.

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Writers' Cafe / Re: Epic Fantasy Box Set 3d Cover Image mock up
« Last post by jckang on Today at 04:48:05 PM »
Final Set of REvisions

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I just nominated Cutie by Peter Stein.

Thank you! (Or as we say it in Sweden: Tusen tack!)

It's late night here in Sweden and I am doing an early draft of Author's afterword with the purpose pitching for the sequel to Cutie and maybe getting some reviews.

I'm still not sure about this. It kind of feels like I am compromising the book with stuff from the outside world. Stuff I'd like to keep out. Marketing stuff that should have no place in a book.

Where are you guys on this? Better to skip it right?
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Writers' Cafe / Re: Wish me luck - I'm going wide
« Last post by Seneca42 on Today at 04:42:11 PM »
life is often paradoxical. What seems like a big risk often times isn't and what seems like the safe bet often times is actually the big risk.

Ultimately, worse that happens is you go back to KU. Unless you have to pay your bills of existing revenue, I don't consider wide much of a risk. I'd almost say people should consider it a mandatory experience so they can strategize with a full understanding of the marketplace.
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Book Klub: One Year Bible / Re: Prayer Requests
« Last post by geoffthomas on Today at 04:41:44 PM »
I have been experiencing some vertigo.
Have done the Ear/Nose/Throat (ENT) thing.  Now the Neurologist and have had the head MRI done.
Waiting for the MRI to be "read".
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Writers' Cafe / Re: How to be a better writer
« Last post by RaeC on Today at 04:40:27 PM »
  If you can't drink milk, eat lots of fiber.

If you not willing and able to write on the toilet, you shouldn't call yourself a writer.
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Writers' Cafe / Re: Wish me luck - I'm going wide
« Last post by kw3000 on Today at 04:40:24 PM »
Thanks for posting this, Pauline, an interesting read. And best of luck with going wide, I'm tempted to do the same. Hope it works well for you.  8)
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