Book Reviewers are SUPERHERO’S!

 

SUPERHERO!

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.

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 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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About Brenda Scruggs

Brenda Scruggs is an inspirational author, blogger, along with a daytime job. By day, she works as a merchandiser and by night her fingers tap the keyboard producing contemporary/historical stories that take the reader on travels of conflict and suspense with a flavor of romance. Her characters are strong and determined while facing oppositions that could alter their way of life. She has two blogs, an author blog where she shares her writing experiences and Many hats of a Lady blog where she shares anything from DIY or Lady-like subjects. She is married and lives in Tennessee. She takes pleasure in watching television with her husband, eating Mexican food and scribbling her thoughts on paper. http:/brendascruggs.wordpress.com Facebook: Brenda Scruggs- Author http:/brendascruggs.wordpress.com
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