Lyn Cote here.
Every month I ask a question in my newsletter and here because I want to know what readers are thinking. As an author, I write far from readers and I like to know what they are thinking. So what’s my question for June, you may ask? Here it is:
Do you always finish a book whether you’re enjoying it or not? Or do you give it away? Or throw it against the wall? What kinds of thing causes you to stop reading or dislike what you’re reading?
This should be very interesting to me as an author! I try to write books that “stick to readers’ fingers,” meaning you find it hard to put them down. I like to write books that call to you when you do put them down. So think over the question and let me know your thoughts!
BTW, here is what three readers had to say about my latest book, BITTER AUTUMN.
“I was captivated with this story & could not put it down until I finished it. I had no idea who was behind trying to get Grey accused of the “accident” that started after he got out of prison. A really great mystery.”
“…an edge of your seat, do not expect to put it down adventure.”
“I could not put this book down. There are a lot of twists and turns in the investigation and wondering how Trish and Grey can pursue a relationship when she is a cop and he is a convicted felon on parole.”
Why not look at BITTER AUTUMN and see what you think? BTW, I will be giving away one ebook copy to a commenter here, chosen at random. Why not take a chance?