Guest Blog – A Fan Letter to Readers from Chantal Noordeloos

If you’re an author who has ever had the displeasure of being reviewed by a troll, or a reader who wonders if your review really matters, take a look at this. When you’re finished, head off to Amazon or Goodreads, or wherever you buy your books and leave a review. You might make someone’s day.

Graeme Reynolds's Blog

10806387_10152456496371088_3290938985989135879_nNot since Romeo and Juliette has there been a romance so great as that between a writer and a reader.

*coughs* ehm… okay, that’s utter nonsense, sorry about that. I went for a nice dramatic opening… artistic license and all that.

First of all, I don’t think Romeo and Juliette are all that romantic. They were very young, barely knew each other, and if my memory serves me correct, Romeo was trying to get it on with some other bird first. Also… it resulted in unnecessary death, which sounds rather foolish to me.

But I digress. What I’m trying to say, in my own rather clumsy manner, is that readers are very important to the author. We’re always telling each other that we need to write for ourselves, but we don’t really… we write for an imaginative audience.

I have recently released my first full length novel. A horror book…

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