Mr. Crosbie is not afraid to share his knowledge for the benefit of the new publishers.
His book is packed with information which is extremely valuable for someone looking to
take a plunge into self-publshing. This book saved me valuable time, years of research,
and the insight to not duplicate errors. The book concludes with an array of helpful
links saving the reader the trouble of searching the whole internet for such needed info.
A story of courage and relentless drive to achieve one's dreams. In spite of several road blocks to his dreams, Mr. Henry was able to move forward fueled by his mother's love and her encouraging words.
The story will pull at your heart strings as you feel his pain when he described his absentee, loveless father, Tobias.
A motivational read. One that will surely benefit young men in pursuit of their dreams.
Mr. Henry is the definition of 'never give up.'
I found this book to be helpful. I was able to gather marketing information that was new to me and links to valuable sites that I was able to use. Some of the information given is already available to people who manage websites. Some of the actions went way over my head. All in all I would recommend this book especially to authors looking for marketing tips.
I must say I found the book a bit short and would have preferred a lengthier read. flag
The story begins with enough intrigue and tension to keep my interest. The heat and steam flying off the pages had me questioning “Is it the pages or is it me?” The right level of tension in the hands of a skilled writer as Ephraime, made this an enjoyable and sensual read until I got to the real reason for the coat switcharoo.
The storyline with the naive Gabrielle and her adopted brother Pierre is weak and for this weakness I minus one star for credibility. I am just not buying that storyline.
The LaCasse brothers Wolfe, Foxx and Raymond are fun and sexy characters I liked spending time with them. I was able to see the characters as portrayed.
The location, Martinique added to the excitement as one always associate French men with high levels of testosterone.
27 was a significant turning point in my life and for that reason the title caught my attention. The description interested me because I was curious to discover about other lives at age 27. However, I don’t generally like to read stories with multiple protagonists as there are too many people to keep track of.
More power to Heald for not putting me to sleep trying to keep on top of all those characters. Some of the characters interested me enough to want to know the outcome of the story. Also the human curiosity factor kept me reading to find out who ended with whom. The characters were relatable as one can see these people in our everyday lives.
Two of the characters annoyed me so much that sometimes I wanted to scream, “Oh go away.” Their lack of backbone irritated me.
It’s comical that everyone lives culminated into a predictable resolution in the end.
The beginning of the story slowed down for me mostly because I was too confused trying to remember who was who but it sped up in the end as the desire to know the outcome intensified.
I was glad to see some of the characters develop a backbone in the end.