Flash Club Supremo
- Aug 27, 2014
My venture in YA writing, On Parson's Creek was released last September. It received some excellent reviews for which I was very grateful, but this week, I was notified that a review was posted in the Summer Issue (no. 31) of The Clockwise Cat Literary Magazine, page 101... It was posted by UK-based author J.S. Watts, whose name a few of you may recognize. It was an incredible, in-depth look at that book that actually taught me things about the writing and the influences working on the story that I hadn't fully awakened to until I read the review. It surprised me. The reviewer seemed to "get" it even more than I did when writing it. Have any other Litopians had similar experiences with a review? Of course, I learn what I can from bad reivews, but I never learned from a good one before!