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I'm wondering if anyone here has ever published a second edition of an eBook based on feedback from reviewers and readers? 

I'm considering doing just that.

Thank you for any and all advice.
 

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I would revise a book to correct errors with spelling, grammar, punctuation and formatting.

I wouldn't touch anything else but I would keep the feedback in mind when I am writing my next book.
 

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I haven't published anything on Kindle yet, so take my response as pure opinion.

If it was a major plot point, probably not.  If I had done something stupid i.e. suddenly changing a character's background, glaring inconsistencies, major factual inaccuracy or if it was a spelling/grammar/formatting issue then yes.
 

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Thanks for your response. no issues with grammar, spelling etc.

It's more having to do with the book's ending. I'm thinking of expanding on the ending, not changing it, just adding to it.

Still thinking about it.
 

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Dara England said:
I'll revisit a book to correct typos but other than that I just keep reader comments in mind for the next book.
This policy makes sense, but it also depends on the book, the nature of the feedback and how many readers have made the same critique.
 
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