However...when you out and out lie, I do take offense:
- I NEVER asked this individual to review my book.
- This IS my original work.
- One should read the story carefully before throwing accusations: Troy Dawson lives in India and is dating an Italian girl he works with. Thrilling Her is part of a series. (Those simple facts refute all of the points made in the review.)
- Writing is my full-time job, so producing 24 "quickies" and novelettes is certainly possible when a person has a strong work ethic and the muse is with you.
Sensual Erotica: Thrilling Her,
May 3, 2012
"This person, who claims s/he wrote this book for sale (FREE) at [[ASIN:B0079R4H1A Sensual Erotica: Thrilling Her)] Amazon, sent me this request for a review of this 16-page story.I felt I needed to say something in response to this person's false accusations. I worked hard on this series and am proud of it.
This is the worst example of writing I have ever seen. This is NOT erotica, it's poorly disguised pornography that looks as if it was stolen from some writer.
I say this because part of the time the man's name is Troy and sometimes it is Dawson (now, there's a hint that this was probably lifted from some other writer). It is supposed to be English, but there are too many references to places in India and the two people in this ridiculous story sometimes slip into Italian for words the person re-composing this story probably didn't know in English.
There is too much head bobbing. There is no timeline followed...things happen inconsistently with the writer's time frame of the story or they are referenced as happening but do not appear in this story...as if they were edited out but the references to them were not. In the beginning, Troy doesn't know the woman, yet he knows she usually doesn't wear her blouse unbuttoned so low. The female knows what the male is thinking...the male knows what the female is thinking--what planet are these two from?
My advice to anyone thinking of buy this book...well, any writer worth their weight (and skill) does not publish a book every day or even every other day since December 13, 2011.
There's something fishy here when writers are asking for reviews of something so obviously horribly written.
I simply cannot stay silent when someone accuses me of plagiarism.