A Willful Woman…

Thoughts about books from a romance addict.


on January 9, 2014



You know that thing where reviewers are nervous about reviewing books that go outside their own culture, in case they miss something or get it wrong? That just hit. Right after writing a long, thorough, mostly positive review.


3 responses to “Sigh…

  1. Miss Bates says:

    We’re not always going to get it “right” or “perfect.” Post and see where the chips fall: it could be a learning experience … says she who practically throws up every time she hits the “Publish” button and revises 20 times, but you see, now curiosity is eating the cat. 😉

    • willaful says:

      Not just me, then? I pretty much invariably update a minute after I post.

      • Miss Bates says:

        You are not ALONE! 😉 Updating is My Friend. But I’ve also been taking the plunge and hitting that Publish button, even when I’m not sure, as a test of my mettle: sometimes I flounder, sometimes wade, sometimes dive …

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