You’ve released your book or tarot deck into the world and now you wait for the 5-star reviews to come pouring in. You know your work is great – and hope others think so too.
But what do you do when someone leaves a less-than-flattering review? What happens when a nasty one-star critique shows up – and gets a lot of “helpful” votes or likes? Can this sink your book – or can it survive?
While no one likes to get hammered, it’s not the end of the world for you, your creative works, or your business. In fact, even famous authors such as JK Rowling receive blistering criticism too. It doesn’t stop them. And it shouldn’t stop you either.
When you’re putting your work out into the world, a thick skin (and a bit of ritual) can help you let the negative stuff roll off your back so you can keep on creating. Even if you’re made of the sensitive stuff (most creatives are), you can learn how to deal with this not-so-fun part of publishing like a total pro – and without losing too much sleep.
Our mission this year is to give you the information you need to get your book out of your head and into the world. From writing habits to collaboration, to marketing, we’ve got you covered.
In the latest Talking Shop, we’re talking about nasty reviews, haters, and how to keep your cool, even when your work is getting viciously attacked.
In this power hour, we’ll discuss:
- How to handle the critics when you’re a highly sensitive person
- What to do when you get a one-star review
- Should you respond?
- Fake bad reviews from competitors
- Rituals to help shift the energy
- And more!
If you’re afraid of a negative review, you definitely want to tune in and turn it up. Listen in:
Listen in + learn:
Theresa and Bri
© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2019