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text 2014-01-11 21:54
Flagged for deletion
Have Wormhole, Will Travel - Tony McFadden
G'Day L.A. - Tony McFadden
G'Day USA - Tony McFadden
Unprotected Sax - Tony McFadden,Charles McFadden
Dogs of War - Mike McPhail,C.J. Henderson,Brenda Cooper,Jeff Young
Daly Battles: The Fall of Pyongyang - Tony McFadden
Matt's War - Tony McFadden
Book 'em: An Eamonn Shute Mystery - Tony McFadden
Family Matters - Tony McFadden

All my Tony Mcfadden book reviews got flagged for deletion because they say it involves author behavior. I don't get why the author's can act like little shits and it's ok. These reviews didn't even say anything about his little butthurt ass.

 

 

 

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text 2014-01-07 13:36
Hell must have frozen

 

He finally fucking admits that I am not GenXpose, nor do I run her fucking blog. Apparently I still stalked and harassed him for six months.

 

 

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Be warned of this author and igonore his books.

Source: amandawelling.booklikes.com/post/752122/hell-must-have-frozen
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text 2013-12-25 08:09
Danger, Will Robinson, Danger! (Do Not Want!)
Amber House - Kelly Moore
Neverwas - Kelly Moore,Tucker Reed,Larkin Reed

I don't think there's anything on the checklist of what not to do as an author that these ladies skipped.  Well... presumably they've had their books edited, as they've been picked up by one of the big six.  But other than that, they've done it all.

 

Corrected and argued with readers.

Blogged about readers (misrepresenting the situation while they were at it).

Harassed readers.

Reported readers and flagged their reviews.

Lied. 

Used past trauma to excuse current behavior.

Complained about how the kerfuffle is damaging their career.

Tried to convince readers to change their ratings.

 

Of course, they haven't done anything which might actually do some damage control.  Such as simply shutting up about the whole thing.  Or telling the truth.  Or admitting they should never have started this.  Instead, I guess they think it's more productive to hound readers about how unfair it is to one-star their books.  Everyone knows that always works!

 

Honestly, I haven't seen anyone so intent on ruining their own careers since Lauren Pippa imagined that shelf names were attacking her.

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