When you ask “friends” to write reviews about your book(s) . . . isn’t it disingenuous? Correct us if we are wrong but hasn’t Ann “A.C.” Crispin & Writer Beware frowned on this kind of activity? This is the epitome of the kind of book marketing strategies that have been utilized by Ann “A.C.” Crispin and her colleagues . . . i.e., appeal to their minions (i.e. the Kool-Aid drinking “flying monkeys”) as a show of support for their “non-profit” watch-dog activities . . . . How pathetic can Ann “A.C.” Crispin be? If her books were selling then the general public would be posting “genuine” reviews of her books . . . not fabricated reviews generated from “flying monkeys” at the behest of an author (Ann “A.C.” Crspin) begging for book reviews. Authors don’t beg for reviews . . . if the work is good the general book buying public will evaluate it on its own merits.
A.C. Crispin is Begging for “Volunteers” to Write Reviews for Her BooksIn A.C., A.C. Crispin, Absolute Write, Absolute Write Water Cooler, Amazon, Amazon Rankings, amazon sales, Amazon Sales Rankings, Ann "A.C." Crispin, Ann Crispin, Writer, Writer Beware, Writers on January 6, 2013 at 2:02 am