1-Star Reviews, Emergency Help for Authors

Just got burned with a 1-star review? Here's what to do.

Is Goodreads evil? Do they want books to be rated lower on their site?

Amazon asks you to save your 1-star reviews for products you “hate.”

Goodreads.com asks you to give a 1-star to books you “didn’t like.”

If a book was “ok,” Amazon suggests you give it a 3, whereas Goodreads suggests a 2.




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This entry was posted on April 11, 2012 by in 1-stars, authorproblems, book reviews, publishing, writing.

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