David Haight’s stories in “Katharina (and other magnificent disasters)” can be brutal, biting, written on the edge of a knife that slices through your soul. Literary diamonds gleam through every scene; the writing is truly exceptional. The reader might want to look away from the accidents of life that the author reveals. Readers might want… Continue reading Like listening to the truth on steroids spoken by people ….
As Indie writers, we chase after three kinds of reviews: editorial reviews from mainline media, blog reviews from cyberspace, and reader reviews from the people who buy our books. Readers occasionally write reviews, but usually, they read, close the book, look for another. They bless us with royalties. Blog reviews are the easiest to… Continue reading Fishing for reviews, catching a big one.