The Ultimate Critique? — Reviews

Posted by on August 23, 2013 in magical words | 2 comments

I’m over at Magical Words today, finishing up my series of posts on critiques.  This time, I’m talking about reviews — and I give some background on why we authors are always clamoring for you to review our books — whether you liked them or not!  You can read my post at:

Magical Words is a website by writers for writers (and readers who want a behind-the-scenes peak at the process of writing.)  Regular posters include David B. Coe, John G. Hartness, Faith Hunter, and Misty Massey, with frequent guest posts from Lucienne Diver, Diana Pharaoh Francis, and Carrie Ryan.  The Magical Words crowd is friendly, so don’t hesitate to stop by!


  1. It seems as if there is another book to follow Night Court, but I can’t seem to find it. I fervently hope there is. I loved Night Court. Thanks

    • Christina — Thanks for your kind words! I hope to complete a sequel to FRIGHT COURT late next year or early in the following year. So many projects! So little time! (In the meantime, if you haven’t tried them, I think you’ll find the Jane Madison Series, the Jane Madison Academy Series, and the As You Wish Series very similar in tone!)