Had a bad, biased review?

Read my 2 cents on how to handle biased, bad reviews.

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We all know a bad and biased review stings like a rejection letter. Guest blogger Viviana Mackade tells us how to handle them.

How to deal with a bad, biased review…

The short and real answer is, you don’t.

If you do this for a while, and put out books on a fairly regular basis, and you have a decent number of people reading your books, a bad review will happen.

Take, let’s say, 100 people and give them your book-your diamond, the one you’re most proud of because of how much sweat, blood, time, and money (hello, editing and ads) you gave for it. Well, there will be at least one person who’d say that book is crap. Boring. Predictable. Flat characters. Overused setting. You get the gist.

Which is fine.

You as an author must understand that any form of art is subjected to personal taste and experience…

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