I'm so excited to share with you today this amazing review from JeanZBookReadNReview:
I usually don’t go for ghost type stories, but I loved the way this one was going and it really drew me in then it twisted to bring in a time-travel element possibility, and I thought I wasn’t going to like the direction the book was going in. So then I just got used to the time travel possibility, when the direction twisted again to a more dystopian edge. Then you read further and realise that there had been this undercurrent of a dystopian edge running in the background throughout the whole book. I really loved this book all the way through.
Do you read all the reviews of your book/books? So far I have! What better way to improve your writing than to hear what readers have to say about it? Plus, I’m still figuring out the details of the next two books in the series, so I want to make sure I’m giving readers what they want! Of course, criticism is always hard to hear, but in the end, I know it will only make my writing stronger, so I try my best to take the bad with the good, learn from it, and move on. I know my book is not perfect, and frankly, I think I’m harder on it than any reviewer has been thus far, so I’ve actually been quite pleased with the reviews.
The rest is available right here and touches on why I self-published, my inspirations for Stitch, and the best/worst movie book-to-movie adaptations (in my opinion, at least!). Thanks so much to Sandra Jeanz for hosting!
Stay tuned tomorrow for another review from Book Briefs!