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A hundred hugs

July 9, 2010 - - 2 Comments

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Recently, I mentioned on a Goodreads discussion thread what I discovered once I had something published: Pinoys read, but they don’t talk or write about it as much.

I post nearly every review of my books I can find, and to this day there aren’t a lot. There are a few new ones, like the reviews from Laura, Janine and Cienne of My Imaginary Ex on Goodreads. But it’s always been a quiet thing, and I used to think that it meant no one bought or read the book. Then I got a royalty check (!) that told me how wrong I was.

I appreciate each and every review I find (no matter what they think of the book), but I have to admit — even I’m not as quick with the feedback after I read someone else’s work. Even if I loved it. I don’t really go around emailing writers or producing full-length critiques of their novel. The best I can do is post about loving it, or share a link to it with a short recommendation.

So now, just a mention makes me happy. Like this tweet from xingkit. This message from janajana1210. This FB post by Janine. (Wish I could comment to thank you but it’s not allowing me.) And, the thing which made my morning: the 100 people who “like” My Imaginary Ex on Facebook.

Someone once told me I should write about “important things” — instead I write romances. 😛 Thanks for making me feel absolutely fine about the choice.

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  • Laura Ellen

    July 13, 2010 at 1:22 am, Reply

    Writing entertaining books *is* important 😀 I look forward to reading more from you in the future!

  • my life in photos

    July 30, 2010 at 10:41 pm, Reply

    Thank you for appreciating. I'm a fan now Mina, keep doing this!

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Mina V. Esguerra writes contemporary romance, young adult, and new adult novellas. Through her blog Publishing in Pajamas (minavesguerra.com), she documents her experiments in publishing.
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