Here’s the thing: I want to talk about reviews. So far, The Witches’ Sleep has received 20 awesome reviews on Amazon! Some reviews are written by authors I love! I’m super duper dkla;noivoi thankful for these beautiful, beautiful reviews!
But I noticed something recently. Reviews have kind of stopped. Some people message me personally now to tell me how much they love my book, but they don’t write a review. This is touching, and I can’t express in words how much I adore getting those messages; they completely make my day! Buuuut…
The more reviews, the better. I’m not asking anyone to go out of their way to write an essay on my book and post it all over the Internet (although I’ll love you forever if you do that). All I want to request is the few sentences you sent to me be posted on Amazon. Or maybe Barnes and Noble if you can’t post on Amazon. Or maybe your blog. Just a few words about how you felt about the book is great!
Reviews are extremely important. They help books (and other great products) sell. The reason? If 149 people say it is amazing and only 23 people say it wasn’t, chances are that the person reading the reviews is going to think, “Hmm, I probably will like it then.”
No matter what, I’m still grateful to everyone who has read and loved my book!
I’d say kisses to all, but I don’t know if there are any kissaphobs reading this. I don’t want to make anyone uncomfortable or anything.