Yes, there are those days!Once a book is out, then it's time to worry about whether readers will like it. Will it get reviews? That is a big deal if a writer hopes to have more than two people see their book. If you don't routinely leave reviews for books, think about it. Even the negative ones are helpful. Some writers say they never read their reviews. I see them as the connection between the reader and me-- something I won't likely experience any other way. They help books sell (or not). Also they are a creative opportunity for the reader to interact with the next reader.
After I hit publish on a book, I begin to wonder-- did the story end up with all it should have had or did something get missed? Did it have too much in some places leaving readers bored? So many questions go through my head once the book is being shared with others. Routinely, I wish I'd had time for one more edit. A Price to be Paid has had one early review, which I very much appreciated as the reader got what I had hoped.
This book in the series may be my favorite. I was introduced to the paranormal world in Book One and enjoyed every page. Book Two was written with such heart that I felt gripped to the pages and didn’t want it to end as I loved the wolf. Now this book has a special meaning and it makes you “feel”…
Devi Hemstreet is 25 and the youngest sibling. She loves her garden; she respects her spirit guide; and, she adores a little boy that comes into her life. Asa Taggert knows there is more going on in his life than he can explain but what is it called. This book is a powerful story and the author did a magnificent job of writing details, explaining the paranormal world and making me want something more than The End. Wow doesn’t even begin to cover this storyline.
More on the subject coming on Wednesday if I can get blogger working :(