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Adler says in the post:

Bad book reviews, bad opinions, insults, verbal abuse, diminishment, jealousy, frustration, along with effusive praise come with the territory. In today’s environment celebrate you’re being noticed and, whatever is said about you and your work, be sure your name is spelled right.

While I wouldn’t praise anyone who has retaliated against a bad review, the overall message is very uplifting. Even if the review is a 1 star, that person is still picking up your book and reading it. I know that the first instinct is to go on a diatribe about how reviewers just “don’t review books correctly” but you should never do that. We are all subject to a fair share of bad reviews. We should deal with it like people instead of bratty monsters. Adler also says that “[…]good reviews are not necessarily a harbinger of future success.” Just something to keep in mind.


Top 10 Book Editing Tips- Editing Tip Wednesday

I like finding tips, obviously, and some of these maybe repetitive, but editing is so important


This is good for ANY writer. How many times have you thought about the way your character looks, and you just can’t think of the right word to use? Well, bookmark this, put it on your bar, whatever you have to do, keep this and USE IT


Everyone loves a good life hack, why not a good writing hack? These tips are pretty informative.!GvW!Z:As7jS6wd/


Always great to have synonyms, right?


I feel like this made for an excellent “Editing Tip Wednesday” post because we all have those scenes where we have a word we want to use, but we just don’t know it. Call me crazy for filing this under an Editing Tip, but trust me, your editor will thank you for these words.

Creative Writing Forums- Writing Tip Tuesday

Today is less of a tip share and more of “where to go for help” kinda post. I hope that you guys are able to get a lot of utilization out of it! There are prompts, contests… all sorts of stuff!

Editing Tips for Effective Writing

This page has information that everyone should know. My favorite tip is #1 under “Avoid Dumb Mistakes”

How to Create a Credible Villain in Fiction (Writing Tip Tuesday)

Yes, this week’s writing tip comes from but there is just something fun about this tip that I had to share. We all want those antagonists that are vile, terrible and just plain bad. However, some of us may not be confident in our ability to create them. This is very useful! I hope you guys enjoy it


Becoming Lily: A Night Touched Prequel (Becoming Night Touched #3)

Becoming Lily: A Night Touched Prequel (Becoming Night Touched #3)

Becoming Lily: A Night Touched Prequel (Becoming Night Touched #3)

Lily Buchannan is the fashion forward, motherly secondary hero in The Night Touched Chronicles. But who was she before? Becoming Lily: A Night Touched Prequel brings us right up to Lily’s final day as a human and what happened shortly after. A short look into one of our favorite sidekick’s beginning.

My Witchy Path

Walking the path of the Goddess, one step at a time.

Parenting PTSD

Parenting Children with PTSD


See: Beautiful, Elegant, Bold

Three Quarters & Counting

Everyday activities of blogger who (age wise) is "three quarters and counting."

Silver RavenWolf

Author Blog -- The Crow at the Crossroads

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

A writer inspired by nature and human nature

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Echoes of Life, Love and Laughter

A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog


Jane Dougherty Writes

About fantastical places and other stuff

Blogging from your phone has never been so...full of typos?

Jordan's Croft - Fiber Arts

K. A. Jordan - Crofter & Novelist


My interviews with many authors

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

The world of the Amaranthine vampire series by Joleene Naylor

A Writer's Life For Me.

Blog of Author Mishka Jenkins

Punch Myself in the Face

The things that run through my brain every day

Paige Matthews

Erotica with a side of Kink


C.N. Lesley writes fantasy and science fiction books

E. J. Rycer

Follow an aspiring author on her literary journey!

Brianna soloski, Word Master

i eat words for breakfast, lunch, and dinner


Crescent Bound and More

patrick o'scheen

Patrick O'Scheen --author

New Adult Fiction Addiction

Where Readers and Writers of New Adult Fiction Connect


Pre-publishing Services for eBooks and Print Publications


Author, Dragon Lover, Hopeless Dreamer

Espen Stenersrød- From Pen To Heart

Jack Kerouac with a scent of Henry Vaughn

Darker Passions

Reviews and more of PNR, UF, and darker things.

Random Musings of a Pseudo-Madman, Version 2.0

The sometimes insightful, but many times inane observations of a self-proclaimed Sh*thead living on one side of the proverbial wormhole of existence.

Jennifer's Blog

Just another weblog

Kanundra's Blog

Writing and life. Life and writing.

Cally Jackson Writes

Inspired, hopeful, aspiring author

Writers with Vision

Author promotion blogsite

Shaven Wookiee



This site is the bee's knees



Wendy Nystrom

Life As A Published Author

Sophie E Tallis - Author/Illustrator

Home of the Mistress of Wolves: writing, publishing, fantasy, epic storytelling, art, life, creativity and everything in between!

Lisa V. Proulx, Author/Speaker

Official Website of Author Lisa V. Proulx

The Writer's Block

Authors and Books R us, tell everyone about us.


Where does magic begin...and end?


The way revenge is best served; the way a war was fought; the way a story should be told. ©

Prescription For Murder


...And Everything in Between...

Welcome to the world of my Life, my Writing and Everything in Between...

Writings Of Miss Madison

Books thoughts and more