These reviews are indexed both by author and by book title.
I’ve included all the reviews written by me, and provided links to Authors’ Pages where they have one.
Now I’d appreciate your help authors!
The reviews are posted in a standard format, so please DON’T change this in any way.
But you could help by doing the following:
- >Check that your review(s) is in both the Author and Title list (remember, these are only the reviews actually done by me, Wave, not my guest reviewers on the site. Some of the guest reviewers have their own pages on Wiki so you should check them out for the rest of your reviews posted here on this site).
- >Check that all the links work and the reviews can be easily read. Publisher and BUY links should always open in a new window, so you don’t lose touch with the Wiki completely.
- >Every review page has a ‘Check out Author’s Page’ at the bottom. If you have a current Author page on the Wiki, this link should be provided. Please check it works and/or add it if it’s missing. (Please note: this is to link to your Wiki page, NOT any external site you may have).
- >Feel free to link back from your Author/Book Page(s) to my Review pages! It’s all good exposure, and the more visitors to the Wiki, the merrier!
- >Email me if you see any glaring errors, but otherwise, browse the reviews and ENJOY!
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to Clare London, without whom these reviews would never have seen the light of day on the Wiki. Despite her grueling schedule Clare undertook this project and did a fantastic job, with no help from me. The reason I was unable to do this is, you guessed it, I’m hopeless with technology, and even when she gave me detailed instructions I was clueless. I’m sure when you see the great job Clare has done to showcase reviews of your books in the GBLT Wiki that you would be just as impressed as I am. Clare is a great admirer and advocate of the GBLT Wiki and I would urge you to support it as well.
Now I have to figure this out so that I can do the updates without screwing up. <g>
I’m raising a glass to Clare in appreciation.