Source: Book Reviewers are SUPERHERO’S!
Book Reviewers are SUPERHERO’S!
Sometimes, I think reviewers underestimate their power. They may think, “Oh, I’m just reading a book and will write a few lines telling what I think about the story.”
When actually, they are doing soooo much more.
I say to you, THE REVIEWER, YOU ARE A SUPERHERO! and your super power is writing a review.
To us, the Author, we rely on readers much more than you comprehend. We, the author depend on feedback so that we can write what readers enjoy, make ourselves better writers and just to know that people read our stories. Positive feedback builds our self-esteem and confidence to keep producing bigger and better stories, much like a puppy wagging his tail when given attention.
So, I want to thank all of the reviewers for taking the time to write a few lines about our books. You are a SUPERHERO and writing a review is your SUPER POWER!
Please Re-Blog to show our reviewers how much they are appreciated.
My book, “The Chocolatier” is open for reviews if anyone is interested.
Would her heart learn to trust again?
Would she be able to love again?
Charlene Callaway finds herself far from home after finding her fiancé with another woman on their wedding day. She moves to San Francisco when her friend convinced her to start a new beginning. But, when she goes to work at a Chocolate Company, she wasn’t ready for her new boss. She wouldn’t let her heart get broken again.
Charles Riveria an heir to huge Chocolate Company was content as Director of Marketing. Charles’ passion is to represent Riviera Chocolate making it the best empire in the industry until he literally bumps into Charlene Callaway.
When a stalker abducts Charlene, Charles finds himself doing everything in his power to find to her even if it took his cousin, the leader of a black opt team to find her.
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Last week on this blog I asked you a question: “Should I start a writing contest?”
I followed up my question with a promise: “If there is enough enthusiasm for a writing contest, I will start a writing contest.”
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And that’s good enough for me.
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So my friends over on Book Marketing sure knows about pricing your books so that it helps you gain sales and reviews, not over price readers from not buying. We also need to make sure we are adding our books in the correct categories when we upload them on Amazon’s Create Space and KDP for kindle e-books.
Because your category placement also affects your Amazon rankings which can move every hour as does sales and book reviews. You can find a lot more about your listing categories and how rankings work here on Amazon Author Central…
More about pricing:
Many self-published authors tend to price themselves out of sales.
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Source: Review for “The Chocolatier”
2 sticks butter
1 1/4 c sugar
1 1/2 c self rising flour
1 tsp vanilla
3/4 c milk
1 C sugar
6 Tbsp cocoa powder
2 C boiling water
Preheat oven to 350. In a 9×13 pan, melt the two sticks of butter in the oven.
Preheat oven to 350. In a 9×13 glass baking dish, melt the two sticks of butter in the oven.
Meanwhile in a bowl, mix together the 1 1/4 cups of sugar, flour, vanilla and milk. Once the butter is melted pour the batter over the butter, do not stir.
In a separate bowl mix together the cocoa and remaining sugar.
Sprinkle cocoa/sugar mixture on top of batter. Do not stir.
Pour the 2 cups of boiling water on top of that do not stir and bake for 30-45 minutes. Keep an eye on it after 30 minutes though it will brown quickly. Usually takes 35 minutes…enjoy