Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Why I love readers

It's great to receive a terrific review from a review site, but it's even better to have readers say nice things about your writing. I got two nice shots for my ego today. First, I took a look at Jaynie R's newsletter and found that she had named Never Love a Stranger her favorite book of the month. Huge praise, coming as it does from someone who reads (and edits) a lot of terrific ebooks! Then I found the following comments about Stranger over at Alyssa's blog:

"Wow, this is an excellent book. James and Annie are so vibrant they practically jump off the page. I love the way Fisher lets us get to know these characters through their actions. The world building is exceptional. There is a lot of information to cover, and it's spaced out through the story so readers can follow what is happening without being bogged down by endless pages of exposition. The story is well paced and kept me engrossed. I was seriously annoyed when the phone rang halfway through the book. Luckily it was a quick call, so I could get back to reading. I want more futuristics like this one. Now."

Gosh... thanks, ladies. You've really brightened my day!

(And if you want to win a paperback copy of Stranger, make sure you check out the post below:-).

1 comment:

  1. Does this mean you're going to write me the sequel now? *g*

    thanks hon