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CharlesCJett wrote:How do we make an announcement of a new book? Looks like that is not allowable. Am I correct? ~ CCJ
No, it isn't, but you could submit your book to the private review team
OLD DELETED RULE (from 1.a): If your book is reviewed, you can make a reply in the topic briefly thanking the reviewer for the review, but that is strictly it. Public debate/commentary on the review from the author is not allowed.
NEW (1.d): If your book is reviewed, you may not post a reply on the review forum topic at all. This policy not only avoids unpleasant conflicts but also helps authors avoid inadvertently harming their own reputations. We believe it is generally culturally considered inappropriate for an author or publisher to post comments on a review of his or her own book--not only here by our members but also generally throughout the entire broader reading community. In other words, we believe if other readers see you committing the social faux pas of commenting on reviews of your own book, those readers will be less inclined to want to read your books. If you want to thank the reviewer for the review, do so by sharing the link to the review with other people and your fans; that's the biggest thank you a reviewer can get.
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AstroCreep wrote:I think I've met the requirements to post my profile, but it still won't let me. Help?
You're still a newly registered user