I could not have said it better myself.
The lack of commas was appalling…
Really? That’s what you want to convey about a book?
I’ve been writing book reviews for many years now . . . and it seems as if I’m always learning something new — and trying harder to make my reviews reflect only the author’s writing . . . the story, plot, characters, setting.
For I know something that others should know, but do not write as if they are aware — that the editors, proofreaders, publishers, printers, and most likely, many others working behind the scene — are responsible for the book cover, title, grammar, punctuation, typos, and other things related to producing and printing a book.
Unfortunately, your words — your review — makes the author look responsible.
So why should the author be criticized for something they may have no control over?
No. Nope. Not going there.
I may not have known this when…
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