Apparently, your second rodeo is not much better than your first.
Reviews, like so many other things, do not exist in a vacuum, and are not created equal. While bad reviews are part of the hustle, and a review should always be honest, there are reviews out there which are, for lack of a better word, simply unfair.
Like anything else, media can impact how we see ourselves, and I hope that some young reader might take away a positive idea of the importance of consent, not just in sex, but in all areas of their lives.
This planner is designed to walk you step-by-step through many of the common tasks related to self publishing, from budgeting your cover design to templates for signing up ARC readers.
I've leveled up as an author. Today I received my first bad review. It's not to be unexpected. It's part of the game. Do bad reviews hurt? Yes. Am I upset about it? Not really. That wasn't always the case.
Cover design by Claire Faas. Series Description: The Natives of Xandarian Moon No. VI have been occupied and their home used as a military outpost by the Central Imperium Fleet for so long they cannot remember much before it. Even the eldest of their people struggles to remember life in the before. A catastrophic event... Continue Reading →
My Nana and Papa, around 1954, and a cute dog. I'm home. My trip to Da Yoop was emotionally taxing and personally exhausting, but it was inarguably a good trip. I don't really know if anything will ever feel right or normal or routine again with Papa gone, but I am taking life a day... Continue Reading →