Another person left a one star review because UPS didn't deliver the book fast enough.
I did not know J. K. Rowling ran UPS. Shame on your shoddy customer service!!!
Omg! I was up way too late last night because I downloaded The Sigils:1 last night. I finished it earlier and just bought 2 and 3. A couple of days ago I bought and read Grayscale (I was highly disappointed that it only took an hour to consume!). I downloaded Toys before Sigils but then I read a few pages of Sigils and got sucked in. I wish I could think of the words (that I know but can't seem to access in my head) to describe how thrilling your writing is. Such a pleasure to read! My heart rate sped up during the really exciting bits There are few authors in the world that have your ability to craft stories that flow like this; maybe that's your magical ability. And now to bed! Or maybe just one more chapter of S2...
When I think of all the readers you have - most, MOST deservedly - accrued. I do think: truly, primal changes lives in more (and more powerful) ways than Q alone. And that thought makes me very happy.
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Lol, that's a classic, had a look at some others, there's one about it being written on papyrus that made me chuckle!
Not sure if anyone has seen this before, http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-revi...owViewpoints=1, I'm fairly sure some of these reviews are spurious, but they're quite amusing....
One of my beta readers got through the first one and yelled, "I HAVE A CRUSH ON TORVI AND DON'T YOU DARE KILL HIM!" I explained that I had to go where the story naturally led, whether it went to his death or not. She shouted that I was on thin ice after the death of her favorite character in Runeslade, so I was jeopardizing our very long friendship if Torvi died.
Grayscale was for a contest about life on the moon (which was why it was shorter - there was a word limit). It didn't place because (as someone familiar with the contest explained) it was supposed to be a HAPPY story about life on the moon. And here I had everyone going crazy up there from color hunger. FAIL.
Now go to bed and get some sleep!
You have a wonderful way with words. I really enjoy keeping up with your foibles.
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It is about learning to dance in the rain."
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My "Program": doing my version of a 5:2 (a 4:3) fast diet with real food.