Just before my book, Millionaire Teacher, was released late last year my publisher, John Wiley & Sons, hired a reviewer to assess the manuscript.

I was a first time author, and my contract suggested that if the book wasn’t worthy, the publisher had the right to terminate the contract.

For some reason, I had a bad feeling about this anonymous reviewer.

And I was right.

He hated the book, suggesting that Wiley should ditch it.

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