Just recently, I received a couple of very nice emails from one of my readers, which came at the perfect time because I was feeling a bit depressed. I thought I would put together a quick post to share these with my subscribers.
These emails (shared with her permission) are regarding my horror/thriller Devil’s Nightmare:
Started reading your book. More than half way done already. It’s so good I don’t want to put it down.
I have to thank you for getting me reading again. I use to read a book a day. But in February and March of this year, I had cataract surgery done on my eyes (doctor said I was very young to be getting them). So since the 60’s, I don’t need glasses anymore. It’s so hard to get use to seeing with real eyes. I do need reading glasses though and was nervous that I wouldn’t be able to do it. But because you getting this book, I gave it a go and now I know I can do it!!!
I finished the book last night. It was excellent!!! I haven’t read a good horror story in years. I couldn’t put it down last night because I had to find out how it ended. I use to love Stephen King but he started to have so many characters in his books that I found it hard to keep track of them all.
Also, I never wanted to read a book on my tablet because I always wanted the physical book to read from. But after reading your book, I find it a lot better. I think the illuminated screen helps me see the words better.
You have my permission to use my note and I’m happy it helped you too. You are a gifted writer. Keep up the writing!
This, my friends, is one reason why I enjoy writing fiction. I love my readers! Enjoy your weekend!
Robert “Sharky” Pruneda is author of the Amazon Kindle bestselling horror novel Devil’s Nightmare and the contemporary family motor sports drama Pursuit of a Dream (Victory Lane: The Chronicles). He lives in south Texas and has called the Lone Star State his home all of his life. Pruneda is also very active in social media and an avid gamer who can often be found fighting side-by-side with friends on his favorite first-person shooter . . . but he prefers survival horror.
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