Wednesday, October 17, 2007

My Apologies

When I get a review on my book, it's exciting. And I want to file it away for the future . . . somewhere. That's why I created this blog. Really, the purpose of it is to document my writer's journey. It's not really a place where I get too personal about my family or other things in my life. So I hope that my readers will understand. I don't want to come across as a braggart--here is this review, here is that review, etc. So I hope you'll understand the nature of this blog.

2 comments:

Anne Bradshaw said...

Don't worry, it's not bragging when sharing reviews, Heather. I count it as an opportunity to spread the word--not because I'm proud of my work, but because I want readers to know it's out there, and may be worth reading--information that can help them in some way.

What's the point in spending all that time and effort creating a book, if no one reads it? And if we don't let others know as much about it as we can--not in a boastful way, but because we believe in what we've done—how will they ever find out? Reader referral comes later. For a while, writers have to market until they drop--and then some.

Love reading all your reviews. Thanks for sharing them. They help me make a firm decision to buy.

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hi there,
you don't have to apologize. this is your blog and you get to do with it whatever you want. good for you and relish in the joy and all. and don't apologize. take care, kathleen :)