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Vito M

 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,796
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (17 of 17)
Location: Canada
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,796 - Total Helpful Votes: 17 of 17
Write. Publish. Repeat. (The No-Luck-Required Guid&hellip by Sean Platt
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
It's been pretty amazing following these guys over the past years with the incredible amount of fiction they pump out on a monthly basis.

When the opportunity came up to learn the backstage process of their business, I had to pick it up. All I can say is there is an INCREDIBLE amount of information in this book and you will walk away more comfortable and confident with the industry.

No, there is no magical formula or step-by-step guide. The authors do give away some of their favourite tools and tactics they use right now, but the backbone of the book is the strategy they use. **HINT: It's in the title** While the nature of the publishing industry is changing… Read more
Fat Vampire Big Fat Box Set (The entire 6-book ser&hellip by Johnny B. Truant
I remember getting my hands on the first book when it was released and being thoroughly entertained by the world the author created.

When I got the email the series was coming to an end, I decided it was time to read the rest of them and find out what happened to good ol' Reginald. Having read other works by Truant, I knew he wouldn't disappoint - especially with his off-the-cuff pop-culture references, which are timed with comedic genius. However, what I most appreciated about the series is he brings it to a close at the end, tying everything together in a nice bow.

This series is definitely for someone who wants something entertaining and different. Those looking for… Read more
Balance (The Divine, Book One) by M.R. Forbes
I have to hand it to Forbes - he wrote the book of my childhood imagination.

The landscape of using religious imagery/mythology to play out an actual battle happening on Earth was enjoyable and fun. However, the brilliant stroke of genius was having the realm of purgatory act as the hero. That is something different than your standard religious fantasy and it kept my interest going until the end.

The world building is excellent and the characters feel real. It's obvious a lot of time went into fleshing out this world completely.

My only qualm is the pacing. The book moved at a great pace until the ending, which felt rushed. I understand the ending is setting… Read more