What a Character!

Many of you (who already read The Chronicles of Neffie) have expressed an extreme dislike for one particular character. This character (second to Sanderson) has triggered many readers. Who am I referring to? None other than Miss Reisa.

Tonight, I have narrowed down the top eight comments from readers who had no problems expressing how they felt about Miss Reisa.๐Ÿ˜‚ I got a kick out of these! This author loves it so keep them coming!

1. “Ugh! I really hate this woman! She makes me sick to my stomach!”

2. “I wanna whoop her tail so bad!”

3. “Ohhh, that’s one low down DIRTY *expletive*!”

4. “OMG! I never met a woman so evil and cruel!”

5. “Can somebody please hurry up and get rid of her?!”

6. “Why is this woman still walking around breathing air?”

7. “Miss Reisa stressed me out so bad. She was tearing up my nerves!”

8. “Give me just two minutes with her! Two minutes please!”

Oh man, I have some of the best readers! Can’t you tell? If it’s one thing this author would like to say before ending this blog post, it’s this: Please also leave a review. As much as I enjoy hearing from you and adore your direct messages, it helps me as an author when you also leave a review. The more reviews the better. Thank YOU so much in advance. It means a lot! ๐Ÿค—

So, have you downloaded / purchased your copy of The Chronicles of Neffie? If not, what are YOU waiting for? ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿค”

Until next time…

Comments Like This

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that ALL authors enjoy hearing from readers. My heart leaps for joy every time I receive a message via email, on my blog or a DM from readers who recently read The Chronicles of Neffie. I receive more direct messages from readers compared to reviews left by them. I’m grateful for both. Here’s one comment that was recently left by a new reader who just finished reading The Chronicles of Neffie. As you may have already guessed, this made my day. It always does. ๐Ÿค—

I started from the bottom as an independent writer with zero readers and with time, I have hand built a wonderful reader base that grows each and every day. I don’t write stories that are of the norm and that is what has helped me to attract new readers. I’m not afraid the tell my truths no matter how painful or uncomfortable it may be. Not only that, I refuse to “pad” or sugarcoat any of my stories that are inspired by those who came before me.

If it’s one thing my writing journey has taught me, it pays to be true to who you really are. Writing included. I have said since day one that I’m not your average writer and you know what? I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Until next time…