I always heard positive reviews are hard to get when you’ve written a book. Am I the only one who figured out you can just write them yourself?
Fake Book Reviews
What People Are Saying About Jen’s Book:
The grammar and spelling in the book were excellent! I didn’t understand why the author wanted to write about all those personal things, though. Couldn’t she have just put things on Facebooks? I don’t know why she had to curse so much or talk about topics like masturbation. Nobody wants to read ladies talk like that. She could have written a cookbook or a clever murder mystery I could share with my book club. That would have been nice. At least she was married to a lawyer. It was interesting to get inside the author’s head to see how she thinks, but holy smokes! I always thought I wanted to know what she really thought, but I think I’m good now.
– Jennifer’s Mother
Although I haven’t read the book yet, that doesn’t mean I can’t have strong opinions about it. I will for sure get around to reading it. I do have other books that sound a lot more interesting than Jen’s book, and I’m not really a fan of memoirs. Jen is my friend, though, and it would probably be rude not to read her book eventually. And Jen is usually pretty funny. What if it’s terrible, though? I don’t want to waste my time on her book if it’s terrible. Think of the hours I could never recapture. Can someone read it and let me know if it sucks?
-Jennifer’s Friend from law school
I have read my book several times now and it is amazing. Like cheese. It just gets better and better with age until it starts molding and stinking up the refrigerator. Definitely read the book before it gets to the moldy stage.
This book was completely stupid and well-written. There were no unicorns, no dragons, no mystical creatures at all. I wanted to read about dueling midgets, and there wasn’t a single little person in the entire book. Very few fight scenes. Nere a mention of vampires or chickens. And apparently Ms. McCoy doesn’t like “clowns” because there weren’t any clowns introduced into the narrative either. A total waste of time and money unless you actually want to read one of those reflective, funny, “life-affirming” readable books that you can’t believe the events all happened to one person.
-A Fantasy Novel Fan Jennifer picked up on Twitter
An incredible debut novel by a remarkable, thin, smartly-dressed author. Pathos meets punch line. If you don’t want to sleep with Jennifer after reading this book then there is something wrong with you.
– Jennifer’s Best Friend