More Reviews By M. Seeley, Sathephine, Cee! πŸ˜€

Whatever I did to deserve this, I should be doing more often in heavy doses!

Wasn’t keeping track of book progress in last 2 3 days. Had to make an urgent trip to family.

I found 2 new reviews when I check last night and this is ecstatic!

There’s nothing that feels even close to what you feel when you are appreciated for your work and art.

So first one is from Matt. A fellow blogger and poet who mills truth and honesty in poetry. I love the balance and it’s almost always relatable. This one was on Amazon UK.

Then this review is from another fellow blogger who blogs at Thanks for reading and appritiating. This review was beautifully expressed too.

Then comes review from my blog friend who is a very close real life friend of mine. She blogs at and she’s always been there for me in really rough times.

I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for appriciating and taking time to do these reviews and especially for sharing your favourites.

All of the reviews help me see my own work in new light and help potential buyers as well.

Thanks a lot I am glad you all have been enjoying this book I was so scared of publishing.

Thanks A LOT!! πŸ™‚


Here’s the link to my post about the book – All About Swinging Sanity

Here’s the link to the book => Swinging Sanity

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  1. Well deserved! As an artist, visual or performing, it’s that show of appreciation that grabs you, wraps you in, and doesn’t let go. It’s the thing that drives you from the very beginnings of anxiety and fear through the middle of frustrations and fear of failure to just wanting to quit. You never know what the response will be. As an actor it’s that rush you get at the end of a performance when, no matter if they like it or not, the audience shows their appreciation for your work. It’s intoxicating. It’s addictive. It’s the best (and worst) drug, but mostly best. As a writer, it takes just one positive review, one unspoken look where you know they are processing, to justify your work. And from there the addiction begins. I hope you act on your addiction and continue. It’s that good! πŸ’•

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    1. This is so spot on! Couldn’t agree more. I experienced that full cycle and I’m glad i didnt quit when frustration was overpowering and failure looked almost inevitable.
      And yes that addiction to. When it was no.1 new release for 2 3 days I felt i had everything and the moment it started sliding down I was going insane. It is addictive.

      But I’m trying to control myself and process the whole picture. Obsessing over ranking and numbers was turning unhealthy.

      Thank you for sharing insight and encouraging πŸ’•πŸ™‚

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      1. That’s kind of like when I obsess over critic reviews of my shows. Which I stopped doing very early on when I realized how little they mean.


      2. I saw a 3 stars after constant 5 stars and I had a mini heart attack. But then I said it’s still better than 1 or 2. It was my only 3-star. The rest are full 5. I sound like a 5th grader saying this but reviews ranking rating all of this is new to me and it’s very exciting. And I hope it stays this way i like this feeling πŸ™‚

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      3. I can put a terrible review in for you. Just to get your skin to start toughening. πŸ˜› then anytime you get one you’ll think it’s me and won’t care. πŸ˜¬πŸ’•

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