Starkeeper’s first review

Hey guys, yesterday, I discovered that Starkeeper got its first review, (on Amazon and Goodreads) and I was freaking out about it. I started getting anxious because the review was a little negative. It questioned how economically feasible continuing the series is, and that really threw me. However, before I land in some distant metropolis, and call quits on this writing venture, (or in some cases, adventure,) I have decided to turn any negativity into motivation.

I know that utilizing adversity and negative experiences as motivators is very cliche, but I have a choice to make. I can give up, or I can use the comments that I receive to help me improve myself and my story. I choose to do the latter, and knowing me, I will probably have to make this choice many times every day.

2 Comments

  • Peter Martin says:

    I’m so glad you are not gonna let one persons opinion stop you doing what you have an obvious natural talent for. I think you’re artwork is different , but I don’t think different is bad, I happen to LOVE it. Mr Campbell I don’t think it would be physically possible for you to produce Rubbish. I think your work work gives your fans a chance to find out more about you.(ie how much of Cal is you Andre!)
    I also hope, and know this will be the case, that the AMAZING interview, will make a lot more people want to buy and read Starkeeper. And to realise how personal a work this novel is to you.
    If another interview comes up, jump at the opportunity, I told you that you didn’t have to worry…….It is obvious reading it the interviewer loved you as much as I and all your other ‘fans’ do
    So I don’t need to remind you Andre, that you can’t please everybody all the time (aka there will always be bitter, miserable people who are never happy)But I think you are making a great job of pleasing all of us who follow your blog! Tumblr and Twitter!
    Andre you also know you have my email, so anything you wanna ask me or say (like stop stalking me!!!! Hahahahaha) feel free. If there’s any way I can help you here in the UK, I will do my very best
    Peter

  • Cinna says:

    Do you have an email address you can be reached at? Or feel free to email me at the address provided if you are still interested in working with an artist or need funding/self-publishing resources.

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