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You guys!  My book just went live (maybe sometime last night?) and today when I checked just now, there is a review!  And it's a five star one!  From a stranger!

Okay, I know I must sound silly.  But that made me so happy I can't get the smile off my face.
 

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Jack Blaine said:
You guys! My book just went live (maybe sometime last night?) and today when I checked just now, there is a review! And it's a five star one! From a stranger!

Okay, I know I must sound silly. But that made me so happy I can't get the smile off my face.
Well done. I've been waiting four days and nothing at all yet:-(
 

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greenpen said:
Well done. I've been waiting four days and nothing at all yet:-(
I wouldn't worry about it. It's gotta take a few days to read a book. Most people don't sit down and read it in one sitting. With me, between all the other crap I have to do, it usually takes at least two or three weeks, and sometimes longer to get through a book. I don't think I've ever read a book in four days.
 

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That is so terrific!  Good reviews are definitely the icing on the writing cake :)  The local paper just published a review of my book yesterday (and it was a good one!)  I've been strangling an urge to shout about it ever since--it's such a good feeling.  Go You!
 

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vrabinec said:
I wouldn't worry about it. It's gotta take a few days to read a book. Most people don't sit down and read it in one sitting. With me, between all the other crap I have to do, it usually takes at least two or three weeks, and sometimes longer to get through a book. I don't think I've ever read a book in four days.
I can read a book in a day, no problem. I never worry though:)
 
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