I haven’t read this book, and I don’t know this author, but his analysis of a bad review is spot on. Every author expects an occasional tanking, but it seems this guy likes to torpedo books for fun.
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I’ve been blessed. I’ve written a number of books. I’ve been very fortunate. Readers that I don’t know have given my work reviews that have, in the vast majority, earned four or five stars.
That’s why, when I receive a bad review, I like to study it and figure out if there is something I can learn to improve my work.
When I signed onto the Amazon author’s site, I saw this review for my second book, Let Me Be Frank:
I’ve redacted the name in this review. I didn’t want to make this post about the person who submitted the review, I wanted to make it a teaching moment.
First, I looked at the review. It’s titled ‘Boring’ and starts out with the words ‘too slow’. This is valid criticism for a book and sometimes, in a detective novel, the pacing can be…
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