Posted on June 25, 2020 at 4:40 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
There’s simply no avoiding it: someone will not only dislike your book, but they will also tell you as much.
Anne R. Allen recently heard from a new writer for whom praise was pouring in.
He’d just received a not-particularly-flattering review, and it had significantly shaken his confidence.
The conversation inspired Allen to write an entire post dedicated to processing the first bad review (and beyond).
The first tip? Know you’re not alone. (She has plenty of proof of this.)
Check out the remaining advice for dealing with bad reviews on Allen’s blog.
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