I lay awake at three a.m. with lyrics going through my head from one of my favorite musicals, 1776: Is anybody there? Does anybody care?
In my last three blog posts (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3), I shared what I’ve learned recently about Amazon’s rules for customer reviews and Amazon’s “Customer Discussions” feature.
As I mentioned in my last two blog posts, Amazon Rules for Customer Reviews, Part 1 Amazon Rules for Customer Reviews, Part 2 I’ve been learning a lot lately about Amazon’s rules for customer reviews. In the process, I discovered a feature on Amazon that I’d never heard of or noticed before: “Customer Discussions.” Figuring maybe there […]
Last week I explained the rules I recently discovered that Amazon has for customer reviews. This week I’m going to share what I learned about legitimate ways to get around those restrictions.
Every once in a while, I come across some detail about the publishing industry and think, How come I didn’t know about that before? I’ve been a published author since 1989 and a full-time freelance editor since 1998. I go to six to eight writers’ conferences a year. I’m friends with several big-name, multi-published, best-selling […]
A few weeks ago, the Seed Company (a Bible translation company associated with Wycliffe) invited me to come to Arlington, Texas, to speak to their writers and editors at their annual convention. Since my son, daughter-in-law, and grandbaby live near Austin, I’m always thrilled to have an excuse to visit Texas (and get a […]