When the credibility of book reviews comes into question: Part 2

In the rush to get the website finished I’ve been a little absent here, but hopefully that will calm down over christmas. That said, it’s just a short one here today.

In Part 1 of this post I touched on the positive aspect of a few negative reviews, i.e. they may hurt but they add credibility to your book.  There’s a great post at the Huffington post by Terri Giuliano Long that discusses this in more detail.

So now a question:

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