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The Convict and the Rose inspires hope and shows how ANYONE can turn a dark negative situation into a positive one. But more importantly, the story portrays a love that goes beyond earthly confines and proves how persistence and faith come with their own sweet reward.
Join Luke and Darlina as they continue their epic journey with love as their constant North Star and freedom as the driving force.
The Convict and the Rose has 27 Five Star Reviews! You can read them here.
Listen to The Convict and the Rose come to life with voice actors on RAVE WAVES SPOTLIGHT THEATER.
The Convict and The Rose Book Trailer
I hope you will find this book interesting enough to invest 99 cents!
And, of course, I’d be honored if you will take the time to post a review once you’ ve read The Convict and the Rose.
Thank you for your awesome support!
As an author, there is nothing more encouraging than receiving a rave review for one of your books.
But, reviewers must maintain credibility. And that is my topic today.
I am an avid reader. I love nothing more than to sink my teeth into a good story. And, I never hesitate to leave a review once I finish.
However, what happens when a reader picks up a book that leaves him lacking? Does that reviewer leave a false review to make the author feel better or tell the truth?
I think the answer to that should be crystal clear. First of all, you are doing that author no favors by saying the book is better than it was. An honest but KIND review can help the author grow and get better at his craft.
We never stretch or reach for more, when we think we already have it.
So, I call to ALL reviewers – authors and readers – to stay true to yourself when it comes to writing reviews. If there are 20 five star reviews on Amazon for the book and you only feel like it deserves four stars, give it four stars!
If you stay true to yourself, then you build credibility as an honest reviewer. That being said, the word KIND must stay in your vocabulary. You only want to offer constructive not destructive criticism.
Read away! Review away! Be honest!
Author, Beem Weeks, who is in charge of the Review Department with the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB offers a short concise guide to “Writing the (Almost) Perfect Review.” Click HERE to watch.
Whoever said “Reviews are like receiving a bouquet of roses” expressed it perfectly as to how an author feels when he/she receives an honest review of their work.
I am grateful to have received numerous reviews of my books and only today realized there is one easy place to view them all!
So, I wanted to share that with you.
Many of these reviews came from members of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB, for which I am eternally thankful!
Of course, I’d be thrilled if you check out the reviews and even more thrilled if you are inclined to purchase the books, read and review them!
ALL REVIEWS OF JAN SIKES’ BOOKS ON AMAZON