5 comments for “I guess you can’t please everyone

  1. bushmins
    June 28, 2011 at

    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.

    • Glynn James
      June 28, 2011 at

      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.

  2. Georgeanna
    July 1, 2011 at

    He’s a cretin. I love your work!

    • July 1, 2011 at

      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)

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