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Jennifer LaBrecque » I Swear I Didn’t Pay Her

July 14, 2006

I Swear I Didn’t Pay Her

Posted on Amazon re: my book, Highland Fling (the 1 rating didn’t come through, sorry):

Offensive and Not Entertaining, July 10, 2006
Reviewer: J. Wallace “Voracious Reader” (Tennessee) - See all my reviews

My sister asked for this book as a gift because she’s been on a Blaze kick and we both agreed the time travel aspect would be nifty. However, it is not. For starters, there is reference to something in such poor taste in the first two pages, it may turn your stomach. It’s not cute, it’s not cool and gripping, and it’s not funny, whether or not it is supposedly reallistic. And trust me when I say neither of us is a prude. The incident has absolutely no significance in the overall arc of the book, either. Structurally, it only seems to be there for the sensationalism. And second, once the time travel part occurs, it’s got all the historical accuracy of a Hagar the Horrible cartoon strip. The humor is forced, and the sex scenes are rote. Not recommended by my sister, who reads a ton of Blazes and erotica, or by me, who reads a ton of everything. I have rarely if ever been moved to write an Amazon review, but this gacked me out so much I felt compelled to share. And not in a “Oh my gosh this is gross, taste this!” way, either. I do realize I’ve made it sound titillating in that “stare at the car wreck to see if there’s any blood and guts” kind of way. Some may rush out and buy it, and any author who can convince her publisher to run with this deserves the income. But no more from me; I’m too scared there will be more painful attempts at humor that are in similar poor taste.

Okay, let me set the record straight…I swear I didn’t pay her to post this. Had I paid her I would’ve insisted it go out without incorrect spellings.:d But I feel as if I should pay her. I’ve had a ton of people e-mail me that they’re rushing to buy the book to see what was so offensive. While I’m disappointed that she didn’t like it, I’m sincerely grateful for the boost in sales.

I don’t usually come with a money-back guarantee, but I’m making an exception in this case. If Ms. Wallace will stop by my table at RWA’s National Literacy signing (she’ll be there, according to her website), I’ll have $6 in cash with me at my table to reimburse her. That should cover the cost of the book, tax, and the mental/emotional trauma she obviously suffered during the read. She can keep the change for her scintillating review because I suppose I really should pay her.

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37 Comments »

  1. LOLOL! Too funny, Jen! People really should be more careful about what and where they post, eh? The publishing world may seem large, but it’s really a tightknit community.

    Comment by Rhonda — July 14, 2006 @ 7:34 am

  2. She can stop by my table, too. I’m not going to pay her anything, but I will be happy to give her some advice on navigating the publishing community, which as Rhonda points out, is small. Very, very small.

    Comment by JulieLeto — July 14, 2006 @ 7:45 am

  3. While a writer, I consider myself a reader first and foremost. I read at least 10 novels per month and while some haven’t been my favorite, I have never been compelled to write something so thoughtless about a book or a writer. It’s not only mean and insulting, it’s poor business sense. Not only did this woman diss the book and author, she also dissed the editor and publishing house who obviously love the novel, as well as the thousands of readers who bought it and loved it, as well. While I’m a firm believer in expressing my opinion, there’s a difference between personal taste and a blatant attack on someone. I, for one, read all the Blazes and enjoyed this book tremendously which is one reason that I take this so personally. To the reader who trashed this, get a sense of humor, why don’t you? And remember the old saying “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all,” otherwise it might come back to bite you in the ass.

    Comment by Kimberly Raye — July 14, 2006 @ 8:27 am

  4. wow. :o

    Comment by kim — July 14, 2006 @ 9:45 am

  5. Honey, you are very kind and generous to her. Her attitude will not take her very far. And as my brother will say “that’s on her”. Have a great weekend and stay cool 8)

    Comment by Ginger — July 14, 2006 @ 10:02 am

  6. […] Go read I Swear I Didn’t Pay Her then come back. I’ll wait . . . […]

    Pingback by Alison Kent » Blog Archive » Highland Fling — July 14, 2006 @ 10:06 am

  7. *snort*. So I saw the so called offensive section. THAT was it? puleez.

    I’ll be at the literacy signing in Atlanta. Will you be signing this book? If so, I’ll leave my table to come buy your book.

    My momma always taught me if you don’t have something nice to say…say nothing. Too bad so many people never learned this golden rule, though I believe in this instance it’ll pay off as great promo for you :d

    Comment by Jaci Burton — July 14, 2006 @ 11:05 am

  8. Oh Jen,
    I’m so sorry about this. I feel bad that I told you about my review at Amazon.com. The person who wrote this has definitely a very bad taste. I read a lot of books, about 2-3 books a week. I read blaze but also other hot-erotic novels and I thought that this one was pretty good.
    Time traveling is a hard thing to write about it and I felt myself transported when I read this book. Regarding of this person comments I have to say the same thing that I posted in Alison website this kind of stuffs do happen in real life. As an RN I feel bad when people do this kind of things, however they are funny. I think that you have the tendency of touching real problems on your novels and some unrealistic people might don’t like that.

    Comment by Barbara — July 14, 2006 @ 11:19 am

  9. Thanks everyone!

    Jaci, yes I will be signing this book at the literacy signing at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta on July 26th from 5:30-8:30 p.m. :p I would love to meet you! Please stop by.

    Barbara, thank you for the great review and you shouldn’t feel bad for even a second. I have friends who are doctors and nurses and they see some really strange stuff.

    One of the basic tenets of writing good fiction is “show, don’t tell.” IMO, it showed the reader that this driven, serious ER doctor possessed a sense of humor. (i)

    Comment by Jennifer — July 14, 2006 @ 12:32 pm

  10. I’m with Jaci, if you ain’t got nothing nice to say, keep your trap shut! This business is tough enough without folks showing their superiority complex (aka stupidity). And as Rhonda said, the publishing world is very small. To knock an author is bad enough but to insult her house and editor, well that’s just plain DUMB!

    Comment by Debra Webb — July 14, 2006 @ 1:07 pm

  11. Frankly, while I think it’s every reader’s right to complain - I’ve had worse than that one on my first book, believe me - I read the opening and, as a former nurse, had to chuckle, because that is such a thing to happen in the ER. Bike handles, cucumbers, rodents - it’s disgusting but funny. I haven’t read the rest of the book, but I found it just realistic. Life in a hospital.

    Comment by Lisa — July 14, 2006 @ 4:42 pm

  12. Jennifer, I saw this at Alison’s blog and popped over to see what all the fuss was about. The excerpt didn’t warrant the unprofessional review that it got, imo. I haven’t read this book, but I am a fan of your stories, most notably of “Daring In The Dark” - and now I feel compelled to go to my nearest bookstore and snatch it up. I’ll be at RWA - yay! - and look forward to you signing my copy :)

    Comment by Stacy ~ — July 14, 2006 @ 6:47 pm

  13. Damn! I had your book
    in my hand to buy it today and put it back for another time because I had just spent 90 bucks on prescriptions and felt guilty spending the extra $$.
    I knew I shoulda bought it!
    Kudos to you for the post above! It was funny and gracious and put her in her place just like a genteel Southern woman should.

    Comment by Angie — July 14, 2006 @ 7:27 pm

  14. WOW. I don’t get mean or nasty reviews. I just don’t have it in me to do that.

    Hey Stacy will you pick me up a signed copy…

    Comment by Judy f — July 14, 2006 @ 8:07 pm

  15. That’s it? That was what she found offensive? For the love of Pete! If she didn’t like it, why didn’t she just stop reading? No, she just had to “suffer through” the rest of the book THEN write a moronic review? Ooookay. I suppose some people were born to do things like this to make everyone else look good. Based on this, darlin’ you’re a Supermodel!!! (y)

    Comment by Kimberly — July 14, 2006 @ 10:04 pm

  16. Deb, LOL, don’t hold back–tell us what you really think. :d

    Lisa, I ran this by two RN’s and an ER doc and…yeah. One of my best friend’s is a RN and the stories she tells me. Ewww. I could really crank an ick factor. :[ Dang, I thought I held back on this.

    Stacy, thanks. Daring in the Dark remains one of my faves. I’m looking forward to meeting you at RWA! Bring DID and I’ll be glad to autograph it, if you want.

    Angie, no worries, the book’ll still be there for another week. I’ve done that several times — put something back cause I’d spent too much on un-fun stuff. :s

    Judy, I don’t quite get it either when it moves beyond “This book didn’t work for me.”

    Kimberly, Supermodel? Me? Really? Way cool. Considering I’m a short, overweight chick, I’m diggin’ it. (y) (*)

    Comment by Jennifer — July 15, 2006 @ 5:31 am

  17. Jennifer i used to work in a hospital billing dept and as a biller for a female clinic. Oh the things people stick where they don’t belong is amazing….

    Comment by Judy f — July 15, 2006 @ 10:26 am

  18. As a serial BLAZE reader, WTF did she expect? I mean I buy EVERy Blaze EVERY MONTH!! I have yet to find one I havent liked. They are ALL on my keeper shelf.(much to my hubby’s dismay). As someone pointed out, SOMEONE at said publishing house had to have thought the story had SOMETHING maketable, otherwise you would have gotten a rejection letter instead of a paycheck…DUH! Just make sure you wear the color green on signing day….I’m positive you will look so much better than the green-eyed monster that possessed said reviewers body at the time of that post :d Due to work I have yet to start on this month’s BLAZE issues…wonder which one I will start with… like I’ve posted before, I average at least one book a day, sometimes two…add that up times 30 and that’s alot of books read in any given month(note to self no copies of bad reviewers books will be purchased in this home)

    Comment by Sheryl M — July 15, 2006 @ 1:34 pm

  19. Came over from Rhonda’s to tell you that I read Highland Fling and I don’t remember anything offensive. Damn, I already passed it on because now I want to go back and see what I missed - obviously it made an impact on me. :o

    I love your books, and my favorite also happens to be Daring in the Dark

    I write reviews and would never think of trashing the author like that - what an idiot. But you’re right - look at all of the free publicity. What a wonderful outlook you have.

    Comment by Bailey Stewart — July 15, 2006 @ 6:42 pm

  20. I am SO buying this book. And I already know what the “icky” scene is. I find the whole thing hilarious!

    See you in ATL!

    Comment by Kristen Painter — July 15, 2006 @ 8:58 pm

  21. Poor J. Wallace - bet she didn’t realize how many estra sales her pan would generate. . . Lucky me I already had Highland Fling in the TBR stack - it just jumped to the head of the pile! (l)

    Comment by Evanne — July 15, 2006 @ 10:14 pm

  22. I just finished Highland Fling, and I found absolutely nothing offensive about this book. It actually had me tearing up near the end, and it takes an incredibly talented author to make me FEEL the emotions in the scenes. Don’t have a clue what crawled up that lady’s(and I use this term loosely) bum to go ballistic that way, but maybe she needs her meds checked for correct dosage? Keep the great work up, please. (y) (f)

    Comment by Sheryl M — July 16, 2006 @ 12:28 am

  23. Jen, what I love about your books, they are unique stories, and I love reading a new story, love to laugh, love to feel it all when I read your books. So you go girl. Don’t change a thing. Love you just the way you are!

    Comment by Cathie — July 16, 2006 @ 2:29 am

  24. Judy, LOL. Bet you just wince sometime.

    Sheryl, Bailey, Kristen, Evanne, Sheryl, and Cathie, thanks so much and I hope you all enjoy Highland Fling when you read it. (f) And if you’ve already read it and liked it –that thrills me.

    Kristen, looking forward to meeitng you in Atlanta. :)

    Comment by Jennifer — July 16, 2006 @ 7:27 am

  25. I showed the book to my boss at the bookstore and she was laughing so hard. We both bought a copy. Can’t wait to start it tonight.

    Comment by Judy f — July 16, 2006 @ 7:36 pm

  26. Thanks for the buy, Judy. Hope you both enjoy the read. (y)

    Comment by Jennifer — July 17, 2006 @ 10:36 am

  27. I just added this book to my wishlist. I have read some boring books lately and could use something offensive to get out of my funk.

    Comment by AngieZ — July 17, 2006 @ 7:26 pm

  28. ROFLMAO, Angie. That’s me… an equal opportunity offender. :[

    Comment by Jennifer — July 17, 2006 @ 11:04 pm

  29. Read Highland Fling over the weekend. I read LOTS of Blaze. Did the opening catch me off-guard? Yep. Figured it was what you wanted. Did I laugh? Of course! I’m a retired nurse - 12 years in OB. The stories I could tell! I’ll stop by your table in Atlanta just to tell you - enjoyed the book. Love MacTavish. Yummy.

    Comment by CDMorgan — July 18, 2006 @ 6:18 am

  30. The publishing world is not, in fact, as some here wish it to be. Wishing for a smaller arse might be more productive.

    Comment by Marti — July 18, 2006 @ 7:56 am

  31. The publishing world is not, in fact, as small as some here wish it to be. Wishing for a smaller arse might be more productive.

    Comment by Marti — July 18, 2006 @ 7:56 am

  32. I finished it last night and loved it to pieces. The book rocked.

    Comment by Judy f — July 18, 2006 @ 4:02 pm

  33. Good attitude, Jennifer. Here’s hoping for a sales record! (*)

    Comment by Jenna Bayley-Burke — July 18, 2006 @ 8:38 pm

  34. CD and Judy, so glad you both liked it!! CD, definitely stop by at literacy signing. I’d love to meet you.

    Marti, wishing has never struck me as productive. Instead I work out regularly in an attempt for a smaller arse.

    Jenna, thanks. The book was already doing quite well at bookscan and now…. As I said before, I can’t thank her enough. (y)

    Comment by Jennifer — July 19, 2006 @ 6:40 am

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