Great! Agree immediately! And then keep us posted about what you read. I don't think there's any danger here: David L Oakford has already published his stuff and got it reviewed by Grady Harp. So your safe. :-O
I'm goig to go for it. Hopefully some of it's stuff I enjoy. Some of the latest "pulp fiction" that's out there doesn't appeal to me. I like my fiction set in another century, and I don't mean the 20th.
Blessings of the Lord be with you! You're now a valuable insider and will supply us with information about the Evil Enemy and His Nefarious Ways.
Yeah right. I'm still trying to figure out how I got the invite, I'm just this side of close to breaking the top 5,000.
Top 5000 Reviewer group you mean? Does everyone have some kind of place there, and, if so, how does one know where one is in this table of ranks?PS. I got an invite as well. I hope Harriet Klausner submits a novel! :-)) I'd also be delighted to evaluate literary achievements of W.Boudville, Robert Morris, and of course Maestro Harp. I would furnish a most streamlined review ever !
Congratulations Cathy! That should be interesting. Do you have to write a review for them? As you can tell I did not get an invite! I am nowhere near being in the top 5000!
Malleus, until you cross the top 1000 where you get that nice little perk next to your profile **Top 1000 Reviewer**, it's not much. It's just been nice to see going from lowest rated to almost breaking 5,000. Interesting, UK & CA are much easier nuts to crack. 34 helpfuls and I'm almost in the top 500. I swear, no one votes on Amazon CA. Stephanie, it looks like there will be excerpts from new writers that we will be able to read and then review on Amazon. I've accepted and am interested to see what happens next. I'll keep you all posted
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