Another Review of Invisible Path and Thoughts on Reviews

On An All Purpose Monkey,http://www.elizabethawhite.com/ you'll find another review of Invisible Path. This is another stop on my blog tour, so be sure to take a peek and leave a comment.

You can also visit yesterday's blog again for another chance to leave a comment for a chance in the contest to have your name be in my next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery.

Though every author wants their book to be reviewed, there is always that fear that the reviewer will not like the book. There's nothing harder for an author then to read a bad review of a book she has taken so long to write--and rewrite.

On the other hand, there is a wonderful feeling about reading a good review and knowing that what you've written has given pleasure to a reader.

Because I've written this blog way ahead of time and will be on a cruise when this blog and review comes out, I won't know until then whether I've received a good review or not.

Marilyn

Comments

Good point about reviews! It's tough to hand our work over to anyone, but that's what publishing is, for better or worse. Have fun on your cruise!
C. N. Nevets said…
Marilyn, your link to the review blog is correctly written, but incorrectly coded. If anyone has the problems I did, they can just copy and paste rather than try to click through.
C. N. Nevets said…
And I am both excited for and dreading the day I have reviews of my work. Good heavens. lol
Thank you, Nick. I couldn't get to the right link. I'll try that.

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