​Have you ever received a one-star review? It hurts, right?

"​A One-Star Review ​Is Like 
a Red Spot On a​ White Shirt​"

That single bad review can completely ruin your sales, but more importantly... it hurts!

​Instead of rubbing that spot until your knuckles bleed, or ignoring it, which doesn't make the stain go away, there are ways to turn it around...

​… and ​transform a one-star review ​into a blessing.​

​Even better...

​You can completely skip the "bad review" step and go directly to the blessing with just a small change in your routine.​​​

​Why Are One- or Two-Star Reviews So Bad?

​If we ignore the fact that they hurt our egos... And if we for a moment forget how fragile most of us are... How we're always only one harsh word or bad review away from quitting...

Forget the harm a bad review can have on our souls and self-confidence...

Why else are they bad?

​Bad Reviews Hurt Sales

​Nobody can completely avoid bad reviews. Even J. K. Rowling ​gets them. Even Stephen King gets them.

And a few one- or two-star reviews are okay. A three-star review won't kill sales either.

But if most of your reviews are bad, then it will affect your potential customers. They'll take one look at your cover, one look at your description and one look at your average 2.4 stars and leave.

​Is All Lost?

​No, not at all.

If you have mostly bad reviews, you can take your book down, fix the problems and upload again with a new cover and a new title.

If you only have a few bad reviews, you can fix your story now and avoid getting more of them.

​"Fix It? How Do I Do That?"

​Hi, I'm Britt Malka, and a while ago, I showed ​a story I had written to my friend, Jaimi Sorrell, who ​is a ​writing coach and ​a writer herself.

Jaimi Sorrell

It didn't take her long to find a flaw in my plot.

"Why didn't I see that myself?" I asked her.

​"Authors rarely can. That's why bad reviews ​can be such a good thing."

​"You Mean I Should Be Happy
​about a Bad Review?"

"In a way... Because it can help you fix your story."

"It can be fixed?"

"Yes, it can," she replied. "​Instead of crying over bad reviews you can use them to improve your ​book."​​​

​"That Sounds Good, ​But..."

​"Do I really have to wait for a bad review before I can fix my story? I mean, I would rather avoid them ​completely, if I can."

"Oh, yes, for sure, but you need feedback from people used to reading books in your genre," Jaimi said. "​Friends ​and family are not usually a good idea because they probably​ won't want to hurt your feelings by telling you the truth. You need beta readers who know what they are talking about and are willing to be honest."

​Good News

​​Like all writers, I want​ my manuscript to be as good as it ​can get before I publish. And the thought of having to wait for a one-star or two-star review made me cringe.

"But once you've got feedback, how do you improve your story? Isn't that hard?"

​Jaimi laughed. "My friend and I do it all the time.  After we watch a bad movie, we have fun coming up with ways they could have fixed it. It doesn’t usually take us very long."

"That sounds like a lot of fun," I agreed. "But what does that have to do with fixing my story?"

"Easy," she said. "You just apply the things you learn from watching GOOD movies to your book."

Her words gave me a great idea. "Why don't you write a book about that?" I said.


​Inside ​Fast Film Fiction Fixes Book 1: What (Plot and Structure) Jaimi uses her background as ​a network television publicist to dissect, analyze and ​decode the real meaning behind some of the most typical bad reviews​.

Then she shows you the fix for each problem.​​​

​I have worked with Jaimi Sorrell as my go-to editor on several of my own books. She would rank at the very top of the list when it comes to savvy editing that goes beyond just fixing typos.

She is masterful at helping writers communicate what they want to say, and do so in ways that evoke the emotion or reaction a reader is craving!

Her history in the film business, and familiarity with the challenges of writing and self-publishing make her insights in 'Fast Film Fiction Fixes' ones that any fiction writer can apply immediately to improve their reader satisfaction, and as a result the inevitable read-through, growth of a fan base, and those all important royalties.

I give my wholehearted support and recommendation to anything Jaimi creates because I know the passionate heart, attention to detail, and integrity that stands behind all that she does.

David Lee Martin

​Here's What You'll Get:

  • ​Why films are such wonderful tools to help you fix your fiction problems. (Page 6)
  • Film
    What you should do and what you absolutely shouldn't do when you get reviews. (Page 8)
  • ​Why you should listen to some reviewers and not to others. (Page 8)
  • ​What you can do if you haven't published yet, or if your book doesn't have any reviews. (Page 9)
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    The one thing that will help you get  better at writing - and you'll enjoy it, too. (Page 10)
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    Who to trust and who not to trust when it comes to feedback. (Page 10
  • Film
    How to fix your story, when you're told it's too boring. (Page 12)
  • Film
    The common mistake many writers commit when they want to add conflict to a story. (Page 17)
  • Film
    What to do if readers hate the ending of your story. (Page 19)
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    Your story doesn't make sense to readers? Here's how you can fix it. (Page 23)
  • Film
    What you definitely shouldn't do in your writing, unless you love one-star reviews. (Page 25)
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    The one thing you MUST do correctly. Failure to do so means bad reviews and rightfully so. (Page 26)
  • Film
    This omittance is common but hurtful. Learn how you can fix it. (Page 29)
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    Got a "this book is too short" review in spite of your description pointing out that it was short? Here's what that review really means and how to fix it. (Page 31)
  • Film
    A reader gave you one star because the book was not what she expected? Just unfair and a review you can ignore? No, that would be a mistake. Here's what it means and how you can make things good again. (Page 33)
  • Film
    And much, much more.

​Exercises with Each Chapter

​This is not a book that is meant to be read and then put down.

​You'll get plenty of entertaining exercises. You'll get fixes and guidelines for what to do to make your book as good as you possibly can.

Mike Nielsen

It's not every day you get to learn from someone who's worked on Friends, ER, The West Wing and Frasier.


There are very few things that suck as much as poor reviews of your book.

Especially when you've poured everything you've got into it.

Readers will pick on just about anything.

An online people aren't shy of taking shots at you.

Fortunately, "Fast Film Fiction Fixes" are great for helping you eradicate some of the things people will pick on.

I simply love it.​

Mike Nielsen


​​​In Other Words: You'll Learn What You Need to Know to Fix Your Story and Avoid More Bad Reviews

​That translates into sales, remember?

So now you might wonder: How do I get started? I want to fix my story now.

You start by clicking the Add to Cart button below. This will take you to WarriorPlus, a platform where you safely can pay with a card (debit or credit) or PayPal.

After you've paid, you're sent back to WarriorPlus where you can download your product. It's an eBook in PDF format you can easily read on your phone or your computer.

You're on your way to fixing your book and ​seeing more sales rolling in!


​Jaimi Sorrell and Britt Malka

​PS ​If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. To summarize this offer, you'll get a 39-page eBook with plenty of concrete review examples, how to understand what they really mean, how to fix your story based on what those reviews say, and exercises to help you improve your writing.

Because of the nature of this product, all sales are final


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