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The Hathor Legacy concentrates on finding good female characters in ficiton and I was very honored that someone chose to right about As The World Dies: The First Days.
This is a pretty interesting review. I enjoyed reading it even though they got Jenni and Katie's names flipped around. It was odd seeing Jenni's actions described as Katie's and vice versa. I did find what the reviewer had to say very interesting. I always find other people's viewpoints on the story intriguing. Sometimes their perspective opens up the book to me in a completely new light that is very refreshing.
I did flinch when it was said my writing was raw and needed more editing. I always feel defensive of my editors when I read something like that because they are good and they did work hard on fixing up my writing. I know I goof up things. Trust me. I do. I am far from perfect and I need my editing team.
But I also have to accept that as an Indie Author this will be leveled at me a lot as an almost automatic response. We cannot get away with what a NYC published book could. I know this because I have floundered through bad grammar, punctuation, and misspellings in plenty of bestsellers. I just recently read a book that has gone through numerous printings and it still had a male character addressed as a "she" at one point.
But it was an interesting review nonetheless. Check it out!