While I'm not sure I ever thought I'd type those words, today I'm feeling very appreciative of the lovely people at GOODREADS.
When there's a lot of hate thrown at your book, or at least extreme dislike (my grandmother taught me not to use that word hate but I was allowed to say I disliked something extremely), it's hard to appreciate the good words on Goodreads.
But when your book isn't out yet and you're wondering what people will think about it, believe me, teachers and librarians like the ones who've posted reviews there now really make my day.
You can click RIGHT HERE to read a few.
While you're there, there's a giveaway running for at least a few more days!
I'll share some of the nicest things they've said. I'm blushing with delight.
love summer stories, stories of days gone by, and stories of childhood
filled with ordinary problems against a back drop of history -
Scattergood is an expert at all these elements, and this book has them
absolutely loved this book! The heart of the story is friends come in
many shapes, sizes, and colors. Give people who are different than you a
chance, and you might have more in common than you think!
learns about being careful about jumping to conclusions. She also
learns that everyone in a family is different and every family is
Okay, I'll stop before my head gets too big.
Yes, every book isn't for every reader and I know there will be some who don't love MAKING FRIENDS WITH BILLY WONG. That's okay. I get that.
But I can't thank those of you enough who moseyed over to Goodreads or wrote on your blogs or will write on Amazon. It means a lot.
(Here's another post I wrote (kind of) about GOODREADS.)