The Best 1 Star Review Ever.

Love it or hate it. The Fifth Step sparks controversy.

Love it or hate it. The Fifth Step sparks controversy.

“Too much lord crap! There was good action in it, but way too much god and bible stuff to stomach. Personally, it’s a bit overdone. If I wanted to read that much about god i would pick up a bible or something! I don’t recommend.” The latest review 1 Star. I couldn’t be happier.

If the reader had said dull, dull, dull, I would be crushed. Emotions drive writers both positive and negative. For those of you who haven’t read the story, it’s about a preacher who has an online relationship with a prostitute that gets way out of hand.
I pull no punches in this book, because I write Faction. There is only one character who remains faithful, just, and loving. That character is God. I make no apologies. OpinionsĀ basedĀ upon a person’s personal beliefs are welcome. At least my book was read and reviewed, and I welcome all reviews–even 1 Star.
The interesting thing about this books’ reviews is that every review under a 4 Star mentions too much God. I don’t know how to write a book about an unfaithful preacher without God being in it. Yet I still appreciate the reviews. Passion in readers is a wonderful thing. Whether I agree or not. Believe me. Authors want reviews, and contrary to the flow, we want honest reviews, not stacked reviews by Uncle Joe and Aunt Harriet.
I have four of my novels on Kindle free through Friday. If you read one, please review it honestly. .

One thought on “The Best 1 Star Review Ever.

  1. I gave it a five star review. It was pretty clear there would be a lot of “Lord-Crap” in the narrative. I find it interesting that people are willing to read novels written from the POV of murderers but not Christians. Actually you have both in THE FIFTH STEP, with a few others thrown in for good measure.

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