Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Calling All Reviewers

Did you read Zero Sight?

Did you like it?

Love it?

Hate it?

Doesn't matter. I'd like to encourage you to review it.

Amazon is running a new program that ranks books based on reader ratings. In order to qualify for this program, Zero Sight needs to get at least 10 reviews posted.

I'd be grateful if you'd be willing to post a review of the book once you are able to read it. The review can be just a couple sentences long but should reflect your opinion of the book. Your honest opinion. Like it, love it, or hate it.

Readers need to know if Zero Sight is good, and I need to know if it's bad.

Links to review Zero Sight on:

I'd also like to update ya'll on the state of us poor 2nd year medical students. The first of our three licensing exams is just around the corner. It's called the USMLE STEP I, and it is one scary mother. We've completed our coursework and review classes, we're drilling with questions day and night, and in the next few weeks each one of us will sit down in front of a computer screen for an eight hour marathon. If one of these medical students is a friend or kinsman, send them something nice by post. We like oatmeal cookies and fresh underwear all clothes and socks.

Oh, and if someone could tell me if The Pale King is worth a read, I'd be much obliged. It's staring at me from across the bookstore.


EDIT #1 — My classmates have informed me that the laundry situation is worse than I originally feared.


Bookblogger said...

Your book will be coming up soon on my TBR list. I am really looking forward to it.

B. Justin Shier said...

Sweet. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.

Patrick Araujo said...

Zero Sight? Is it a book or a new kind of app? Does is work similar to best writers websites where you can filter the results in order to get specifically that quality and price combination you are looking for?

Annette Smalls said...

Oh, that an easy task for me! I post daily review of, so I won't have problems with getting ten reviews. Thanks, Amazon!