Fake reviews. Fake reviews everywhere

Fake reviews are why we can’t have nice things. *hiss*

Thought Scratchings

A wedge of authors have became popular against all the odds. A chunk of writers have sold material on the back of paying people to review their books. Some writers have grown their careers by selling books explaining (in detail) how they made their name, but conveniently the chapter describing how they initially paid for hundreds of fake reviews is missing. They have ballooned the perception of their talent and taken your money, then taken your money again by selling a lie, which covered up the truth about what made you buy their books in the first place.

These ‘writers’ are the enemy of words. They are the plastic Phoenixes rising from the heat of their own moist flatulence.

They have manipulated an environment where they are statistically more successful by throwing money at fake reviewers. These authors might be perceived as important, but I believe for a person to write something of worth, a person must first be worth something. And paying to rig a system, alludes to…

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