Communion Of Dreams


Another one.
February 10, 2012, 10:49 am
Filed under: Amazon, Art, Feedback, Kindle, Marketing, Promotion, Publishing

Got another very positive review of Communion of Dreams. It goes over a lot of ground, but here’s an excerpt that’ll give you an idea what the author thinks:

One of the things I enjoyed most, as a science fiction fan of many decades, was finding little bits of reference to various other writers, either in a conceptual sense or, sometimes, in a name used or a place mentioned. So many science fiction novels touch on psychology, sociology, scientific and technological progress, philosophy, religion or just sheer adventure. This one has it all, and I do mean *all* of it. My mind was a whirl of ideas and thoughts, all intertwining as I read about the discovery of the artifact, watched different people react based on their perception and frame of reference, and saw their attitudes change over time as more and more was discovered.

Check out the whole thing, along with the other reviews so far, and vote whether the review was helpful to you.

I am very happy to see a positive review, of course, and hope that this helps to spread the word (hint, hint) about the book to others. But I am even more pleased to get the feedback that the book ‘works’ for the reader. That’s always a crap-shoot for any author or artist: you work to produce something (an artifact, if you will) which is then put out there for interpretation by each and every person who encounters it, and at that point it is out of your hands.

So yeah, it is very rewarding to get this kind of reaction. Of course, additional sales and riches would be nice, too . . .

Jim Downey

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Samuel Johnson said: A writer only begins a book, a reader finishes it.

I think that about covers it.

Celeste

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