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Sallyo


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I am Australian.
Therefore, I write like an Australian.

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Two words...

   Thread Started August 4 at 3:46AM

Why, oh why... (and I've said this before but I've been ill and feel like whinging) do some reviewers recap my chapter in their own words and then add a TWO WORD review such as "Enjoyed this". Clearly, they have read the chapter and understood it, since the recap is accurate...

Oh well. Better than a one word "Yuk" I suppose. Since I'm not promoting I feel cheated (yes! Cheated!) when my only two reviews for each chapter turn out to be two-worders.

What's the point though? It's not drive-by, since the recap must take at least as long to compose and type as an actual review would.


   

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