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Why You Shouldn't Go Out Of Your Way To Engage Reviewers

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Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Tue, 21 Oct 2014in BookWorks

Oftentimes engaging with your audience on a personal and immediate level can make them all the more excited to read your work. Just ask any author who's a prolific Twitter user, like The Fault in Our Stars' John Green or self-published author and magician Andrew Mayne. But there's one aspect of the publishing world where you really don't want to engage anyone: on review websites. Even if you only want to thank someone for their review, it can often complicate the way your readers see you—especially if it's a bad review!. That's why GoodReads has this disclaimer at the bottom of...