Category Archives: Interview Reviewer

Reviewer IndieView with Sara from The Page-Hungry Bookworm


It is very important for reviewers to rate a book on basis of the complete work, not just a part of it. Readers might be put off by the first paragraph but if they find that a review has stated how the book becomes more interesting as it progresses, they might decide to read it in spite of the fact that the first paragraph wasn’t much to their liking.

Sara – 22 September 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Charity Rowell-Stansbury of On My Kindle



I think people love reading because it gives them a different perspective on life, humanity, or society; it inspires creativity; and it sometimes provides a break from reality. I don’t think that reading as a pastime is dying as much as it is changing from reading physical books to reading content online. 

Charity Rowell-Stansbury – 15 September 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Victor A. Davis of Mediascover

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I can’t say why others love reading. I love reading because it expands my sphere of understanding, both intellectually and emotionally. I only assume that readers in general share some version of that sense.

Victor A. Davis – 8 September 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Ije Kanu of Literary Fiction

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I believe one of the major challenges of self-publishing is that you get the junk as well as the good ones, and there really is no way to tell which is worth the time except through reviews.

Ije Kanu – 1 September, 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Patrick Murtha of Book’em, Danno!

Patrick Murtha

Many of the greatest works of literature – Emily Dickinson’s and Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poetry, John Kennedy Toole’s “A Confederacy of Dunces” – didn’t make it past the slush piles of their times, and it is only by a fortunate concatenation of circumstances that we have them. We don’t know what other great writing has been lost forever.

Patrick Murtha – 25 August 2015 Continue reading

BookView with Manheim Wagner, author of What a Day for a Night

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I learned how to be more concise and economical with words. I think that is what I strive for in each book that I write — to say the most with the least.

Manheim Wagner – 26 July 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with RaeleighReads



I rarely give this rating out. If I do, it usually means I read the book in one sitting, not wanting to put it down for anything, and then I either read the whole thing again, or read my favorite parts again.

RaeleighReads – 14 July 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Aly of Reading Shy with Aly

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I realized then that I wanted somewhere I could share books I loved and could connect with people that enjoyed them as well.

Aly – 7 July 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Heena Rathore P. of The Reading Bud



Reading enables a person to visit a thousand places without leaving the comfort of home, live a thousand lives without missing out on the real one and relieves and relaxes one’s mind and soul completely.

Heena Rathore P. – 2 June 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Anela of Amid the Imaginary

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At last, democracy has reached the world of publishing! Yes, there are works that were published too soon and lack quality writing, revision or editing. But that issue will show itself in sales. Readers are the new agents of industry and the world is a better place for it.

Anela – 3 May 2015 Continue reading