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It is easy to criticise an author, but it is difficult to appreciate him.–VAUVENARGUES.

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It is easy to criticise an author, but it is difficult to appreciate him.–VAUVENARGUES.

Is it really difficult to appreciate an author?  If I ….

purchase the author’s book in hardcover

purchase the author’s book in paperback

purchase the author’s audio book

purchase the download on Kindle

write a book review on Amazon

link to the author’s book on Amazon on my website

write a commentary on my blog

Quote the author and book on Twitter

Recommend it to all my Facebook connections via Facebook applications

Gee, I think I have shown my appreciation.

Written by Lara Nieberding, Online Business Manager

March 21, 2010 at 9:26 AM

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  1. That sounded like a lot of work…purchasing, writing , linking, commenting, quoting, and recommending….so maybe it IS easier to criticize an author….just saying..

    Coffee with Joan

    October 27, 2010 at 12:13 AM

    • Hi @Coffee with Joan Well, all those things do not happen at one time. If you truly appreciate an author, then it is not work at all. Just sayin…

      laranieberding

      March 14, 2011 at 10:41 PM

  2. I don’t think you have to do all that. I would appreciate an author by looking them up, to see what other things they’ve written. Having enjoyed a book is enough appreciation an author ever needs. For some authors they’ll need to know you paid for it though.

    theycallmemoseley

    September 1, 2011 at 3:19 PM


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