I will read every book submitted to me so long as it's good enough (as detailed in my previous posts).
I will not lower my standards because readers consider them unfair: for books to measure up here, and in the commercial world, everything about them has to be good. That includes details like spelling.
I will not enter into any discussion about whether I'm right or wrong. We're trying to find the best self-published books, not the ones with the most vociferous authors.
I will not make fun of the writers whose work I don't finish, nor will I allow commenters to do so. I will not hesitate to delete comments which I consider inappropriate or rude.
While I will not tolerate rudeness of any kind, I will encourage debate. So long as comments remain respectful they can be robust, but never rude.
I'd appreciate it if you could let me know of any other boundaries I should impose here: for example, how many mistakes do you think I should allow before I stop reading? Should some errors be considered more heinous than others? And what should cause an instant stop?