• Freaky YouTube reviews

    12 January 2022

    I always like it when fans review my books via the medium of video, through a site like YouTube. Written reviews tend to more concisely and carefully represent the writer's thoughts, but there's a charming quality to a video review, where the reviewer is often gathering their thoughts and forming their sentences as they go along.


    I also like it when a video review is SHORT. Long reviews are lovely to lose myself in if I've got a free half hour or more to kill, but usually I've only got a few minutes to play with, and it's nice to be able to watch a whole review without having to devote a large chunk of my day to it. :-)


    So here are three very sweet, SHORT video reviews that crossed my radar over the last few months. The first two are reviews of Cirque Du Freak (book 1) and the third is of The Vampire's Assistant (book 2). These guys aren't professional reviewers, and they don't have loads of followers or likes, so I know they'll truly appreciate it if a few of you reading this swing on by to check out their review and leave them a big Thumbs Up if you enjoy them, which I think you will -- I certainly did. You can click on either the links just below, or on the photos. Be nice now!!!! :-)


    Megan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXbJmoGC7TI


    Vijay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6siv11OdWhw&t=8s


    AtheiSocial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGF1-99zlvM




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