RE: Reviews for The Bird That Nobody Sees...
(29 Sep 2012 10:39 AM)Alex Hunter Wrote:(29 Sep 2012 10:32 AM)ElaineG Wrote: [quote='Alex Hunter' pid='85135' dateline='1348913241']
There is something quite raw and almost primeval about the indie self-publishing world - despite the friendly back-slapping, good-natured, supportive banter on this forum (all of it genuine and heart-felt, don't get me wrong), beneath the surface nevertheless the writers amongst us are desperately trying to succeed as authors. For most of us, most of the time (I suspect) we struggle bravely, but we know that the odds are not in our favour. Against that rather negative backdrop (and here I'll own up to be feeling particularly down today), it's a real boost to see that real talent can get the recognition it richly deserves.
I haven't had a chance to read your books yet Stu, and even if I hadn't already decided to do so (which I had - as soon as Father Christmas delivers my Kindle) these reviews would have had me clamouring at Amazon's doors for my copies.
Well done, and congratulations.
Try kindle for PC!
Thanks so much Alex for your kind words. I agree that at times it can be a struggle - yet it is a worthy and passionate struggle! In terms of my books, Tollesbury Time Forever (the first in the FRUGALITY Trilogy) is now out in paperback if that helps.
Thanks again mate - anything I can do for a fellow nice man, let me know!