You all remember Maggie Spence, the “author” who called me at home and tried to intimidate me into changing my review and making my friends stop talking about her? If you missed all the fun try here and here.
All the more outrageous comments on KDP have been deleted or edited by the mods and both of Maggie’s GR accounts are gone since she was banned both times.
Maggie has to be jumping for joy at this moment because ANNE RICE, she who thinks the universe rotates around her, has declared Maggie’s actions to be in her favor.
Way to go, Annie. You notice that Rice carefully skirts around the fact that she hasn’t and doesn’t intend to actually look into what Maggie did, much like she carefully doesn’t look at what the seemingly dormant STGRB really is about. Rice is losing credibility and this is part of the reason why.
I suppose I have to thank Rice for making me far more important than I really am, so, thanks. Don’t expect a fruit basket.
Did you all know I’m a notorious blogger? Why didn’t anybody tell me? Why am I always the last to know?
Edit to add:
Because try to cheat the system, insulting those who tried to help, trying to intimidate a notorious blogger, having your friends and family review your book without disclosure, being banned from GR twice, and acting like a complete twit everywhere is good. But Maggie sold her book to Rice, wanna bet if there is a review?
Well, at least they’re both in good company, eh?
And now you’re notorious! Yey. 😉
I feel that more people should be impressed by me now or at least more people should be less impressed with Rice.
Reblogged this on Illuminite Caliginosus and commented:
I think I’m gonna have to continue that Anne Rice feature I was doing…
Just a thought. Did you obtain your copy of Maggie’s book from Amazon? Because another reviewer I know was called at home by the seller (product, not book), reported it, and Amazon sent them a letter indicating that they were not amused and intended to follow up on it. Just a thought.
No, I obtained my copy elsewhere and for free.