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Bill-icious Vertigo Review

"I’ve read this story four times now but I can still remember how it gripped me from the very first paragraph the first time around, as it still does exactly the same thing."

Whenever a reader tells me they're re-reading my work, I feel a massive sense of satisfaction that has less to do with basking in praise and more the gratification of seeing that my creation is being cherished. Every one of us only has 24 hours in our day, and to have readers re-gift me with another investment of their time is just HUGE.

When a reviewer reads a piece multiple times? I can't even imagine it. I'm not a reviewer, but the impression I get is that many of them are buried under a teetering virtual pile of ebooks that they will never see the bottom of. That they need to finish books they don't even particularly love because they must then craft a review. That the pressure of having to read all this stuff sucks the joy out of reading for pleasure and sometimes it feels like more of an obligation.

So to have someone in that situation stop and re-read my work three and four TIMES? Holy hell. Amazing.

http://briefencountersreviews.com/2012/01/17/vertigo-by-jordan-castillo-price/

And more interview-
http://briefencountersreviews.com/2012/01/17/part-two-of-interview-with-jordan-castillo-price/

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