A Review of The Men Made of Stone
Worked all weekend because I’m potentially away in DC for a few days. Heard the weather was great in the city but I wouldn’t know.
On a different matter entirely, two years ago, an Amazon Vine Voice reviewer named David Hall read my novel. For those of you that don’t know, a Vine Voice reviewer is one that that’s been selected by Amazon to review things and they are considered some of the most reliable and honest reviewers since it’s invite only and based on authority.
Mr. Hall gave my book five-stars out of five.
And I should note, I don’t know Mr. Hall and never contacted him. He selected my book on his own and loved it.
About a month ago, had another bout of insomnia, so I emailed about 15 Amazon reviewers out of the blue and asked them to review my books. And I just asked them to write an honest review because I think my book is good and I put my money where my mouth is.
Well, Amazon reviewer Kimberly Ranee Hicks agreed to read it and also loved it, giving me another five stars. Turns out she’s also a blogger and sent me a list of interview questions for her readers because she wanted to know more about the book.
Now, if you’ve not read The Men Made of Stone and don’t want to know any details, don’t click over to her blog as she gives a pretty through synopsis of the book. But if you’ve already read it or don’t care about spoilers, check out my interview at Kimberly’s blog – It’s a Book Thang!
On that note, I believe that when a fighter says he can fight, he should accept any challenge.
Similarly, I believe a writer should believe in what he or she writes. Pick up my book a copy of my book pretty much anywhere and, if you hate it, let me know and I’ll give you back what you spent on it.
Which reminds me of this movie…
But really, I will. Because I don’t think you’ll ask for your money back.
Not because I wrote it, not because I have a Vine Voice review or 20 five-star reviews, but because it’s a good story.
Read the first 30% right now online for free or click below for the right link for your reader and see if you don’t think it’s a good story also.
Location: prepping for meetings
Music: I might let you break my heart if mine was all that I was worth
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