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Dinosaurs, Amazon Reviews, and This Thrill-Ride Called Life

by Jim Denney I just did something authors are NOT supposed to do: reading Amazon.com reviews of my book. Why shouldn’t writers read their reviews? Some say nothing good can come of it. The five-star reviews will swell your head … Continue reading

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To Read or Not To Read by Kristen Heitzmann

The other night between 12:30 and 4:00 when sleep eluded me, I began a quest to winnow the titles on my Kindle. As Camy Tang said in a previous post, collecting a long list of books to read is easier … Continue reading

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Reviews: Pride or Priviledge?

“…for they loved human praise more than praise from God.” John 12:43 Whether shopping, traveling, or looking for a good book, it’s impossible to miss the relatively new phenomenon of publicized personal opinion. From the beginning of time, people have … Continue reading

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Reviews You Can Use by Julie Arduini

Aside from buying books,the best thing readers can do for an author is take the time to write a positive review after finishing. It’s an important part of the industry, but hard for authors to market as it sounds self-serving. … Continue reading

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Authors Responding to Reviews? Posted by Maureen Lang

My daughter is an Amazon Vine Reviewer, meaning she’s earned the spot by reading and reviewing a great number of books. Every once in a while she receives a note from an author—usually short and sweet, thanking her for her … Continue reading

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What’s Your Reading Pleasure? by Elizabeth Goddard

  I’m so excited to be a part of this new blog. Many thanks to Vicki Hinze who brought us all together. In this world filled with millions of blogs its hard to think of something new and fresh to … Continue reading

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