A quite comical bad review.
What an awfully written review. He probably doesnΓÇÖt like stuff outside of main stream.
However I love your books and will be keeping an eye out for the next instalment. I guess you are writing for a limited audience, not everyone has the imagination to take themselves away from reality with a book, but i always thought that was the point of reading. I have only one peice of advice for great writers, dont rush it!
Keep up the good work.
I’m not phased by it, and you’re not the first to say how badly written it was. I found it quite funny to read, but it didn’t seem that he had even finished the book and it was more about adding his “twilight” humour to a review. Like I said, can’t please everyone. He obviously didn’t like it and more people won’t. I don’t write for them. I write for the readers who enjoy it, and for my own entertainment.
I agree on the limited audience. My books are not mainstream by any means, and a few people find the lack of immediate answers frustrating, even though I keep saying the answers will come where you don’t expect them. My books are also not ordered in a typical series like a lot of readers are used to. Answers to questions in one book will appear in another that might not even have the same characters in it.
It’s more of a jigsaw puzzle than a straight follow on series.
He’s a cretin. I love your work!
Haha, I love that word (cretin)
BTW Georgeanna did you notice “The Last To Fall”
I started a new novella whilst I write the second diary.
I’ll put it on feedbooks soon (have to do the cover)
Read it—want more!!!!!!!
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