The second question to Kindle Press author, Mary Head about her book No Safe Place!
Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
I do. I know "they" say you shouldn't, but I crave feedback, so I read all of them. I relish the good ones; I've been known to go back and read them over if I need a little boost. The bad ones... it depends on what they say. Most of the time I can just shrug them off, and laugh about them with my friends, but I've had a couple that really got under my skin. I don't think there's anything that could ever make me stop writing, though, and a lot of the times, a bad review may spur me on to try to be even better.
Hannah Cole, a young graduate student attending George Washington University, and her father David Cole, a senior FBI agent, enjoy a happy life together in Arlington, Virginia. Due to the nature of his job, and having been a single father for most of Hannah's life, David has always been fiercely protective of his daughter and has taken great strides to keep her safe. But when Hannah is kidnapped from their home one night, their world is turned upside down.
With the force of the FBI behind him, including his best friend Juliet Grayson, trusted partner Chris Tyler, and rookie agent Eli Shaw, David rushes to find his daughter, while Hannah struggles to stay alive, both of them racing against a deadline that could mean the end of Hannah's life.