One question that comes up frequently associated with indie authors and small presses: "Should I message an author to let them know about typos in their published work?"
The answer is complicated. Some authors welcome this kind of feedback; others don't. Regardless, there are some things a person could consider before poking into someones DMs.
1. Is it actually wrong?
Geonn Cannon's Can You Hear Me?, released on February 1, is getting some much-deserved love. And what's not to like? A little bit of high-tech, a little bit of farm country, and plenty of delightful love between women.
Here's what some reviewers have to say:
Although we only had one new release in May, other books continue to earn rave reviews.
Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon, released March 1. It's a terrific enemies-to-lovers story with plenty of humor, heartache, and heat. The women at the center of the novel are both strong and strong-willed. Tags: f/f, lesbian, grief
"Geonn Cannon does an incredible job of making me laugh and making me cry. An amazing story." -Jessica, Amazon review
Spring has finally sprung! What better way to celebrate than by reading outdoors under a blossoming tree? Here are a few books to get you going.
Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon
I'm a sucker for a great enemies-to-lovers story, and this is definitely one of my personal favorites. Looks like I'm not the only one; the reviews for it are excellent.
The writer made this love story very real and well developed. Well done! -Mirtha Siblesz, Amazon