Saturday, May 1, 2010

Feedback on "Debunking the Seduction Community"

Since the release of "Debunking the Seduction Community" I have received a lot of feedback. A thread on has over 140 replies, and several dozens of people have emailed me. It will take me a while to get back to all of them, but I will post a couple of interesting passages on my blog and discuss them.

One of my highlights so far is a guy who wrote:

Thanks for the ebook. Upon reading it I deleted all my pickup materials and I'm starting tonight with doing things my own way.

That's the spirit! It's gratifying feedback like this which justifies the amount spent on the ebook.

Also, the first release was a bit rushed and there were some typos in it, which I have now fixed. Get revision 1.0a on my website.


  1. I do have some feedback on the book, but it's not really about the material. Please just fix the typography and layout! The two-column layout makes it very hard to read, and text in a column that is so narrow shouldn't be justified (aligned so that each column is the same width like in a newspaper).

    Kudos on the book though!

  2. Thanks for the comment, Robin!

    I'm not sure I agree with your points, though. Columns in newspapers are just as narrow and usually justified as well. Apparently we subscribe to different schools of thoughts when it comes to typography and layout.

    Maybe the problem is that you are viewing the pdf in full screen on a rather large monitor?

  3. Good point about the monitor. I think the layout would work in print, but on a screen, I think it doesn't work very as well. I've illustrated my point here:

    Again, thank you and good luck with the book and everything!

  4. Thanks for the illustration. This is actually a good reason to consider ragged justification a try. I'll keep it in mind for the next revision.


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