Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Letter from a Smashwords Reader

Last night, I wrote a short post about the value of the written word. I often receive emails from authors who thank us for giving them the chance to reach an audience, no matter how small.

Today, I received an email from Monique in Savannah, Georgia, who offered a perspective of what Smashwords means to readers like her. With permission, her email is reprinted below:

I am new to the e-book realm and read your company information. My love of good fiction is only overshadowed only by my feeling that a great book is one that shows us some truth about human nature and helps us better understand ourselves and perhaps the motivations and inner realities of those around us. I now realize that I (and all readers) actually have access to characters, imaginings and truths that would otherwise lie dormant on some editors desk.

Thank you for this!

Monique T.
Savannah, GA
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile
What does Smashwords mean to you?

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1 comment:

  1. It's nice to see a reader comment as a Smashwords author. I do hope readers will let us know directly, as well, via reviewing our stories! Readers ... we care what you think! :-)