My First BAD Review

Well, I knew that it was inevitable to have a bad review for one of my books. However, I wasn’t expecting to get a bad review for it being a:

CHRISTIAN CHILDREN’S BOOK.

On Barnes and Nobles today, I read the following reviews:

Jj1998 stated that it is “too childish.” Purposeful Day is indeed childish because it is best suited for ages 0-6, which it states on the website. The book does not talk about God verbatim as Jj1998 claims. The two rocks, or the personified main characters, discuss their purpose. They are chosen to be used in architecture in their town.

However, I have clearly stated that I wrote a CHRISTIAN children’s book as well as used a CHRISTIAN publisher. So, thank you Jj1998 for recognizing what my book is and what it is meant to be. I will focus on my positive review from Johnny Franklin “shouts out to Mrs. Greene.”

As a literature teacher, I wrote an allegorical tale using personified rocks. I am proud of it. Here’s to more bad reviews! God bless you, Jj1998 from New York.

Jennifer Greene-Sullivan

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agingenglishmajor

I am an English teacher, mother, and wife, but I love to write. I feel that I am blessed to be able to use my talent to write about my children's books, poems, short fiction, and parenting. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about my experiences with beginning a writing career while focusing on my children and my job. I look forward to comments and to hear from my readers!

One thought on “My First BAD Review”

  1. Please! I did not read the BAD review, but I did read the book! I enjoyed it to the end, and as they say; I didn’t see that coming.” This lady enjoyed it! Kay

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