Hello, my dear readers.
I am confounded, a bit more than usual. Recently, I ran a double, and today a triple, review. The reason being is there are many books this Fall season that need attention. To get them all in, sometimes when the grouping feels right, I double-up.
I love your comments. I greatly appreciate each and every word you write. Reading the review can often take some time, but then to spend more time writing a comment is, well, unbelievable. I have some of the best–THE BEST–followers on the net. If I could toss a book to each of you, I would.
I certainly do not want to short change you, the authors, illustrators, or publishers. That would be the worst thing a reviewer could do. Worse than even a nightmare review. Still, I feel like I’ve short-changed each of you. Why? Well, you are all so great about commenting, but when a double or triple review goes up, your comments drop out of sight. That is such a sad, tear-inducing shame.
It could be that you are all using the fancy new font making its way around the net. The font “Invisi” was devised by a reclusive font-maker. For those of you unfamiliar with this font, comments written with it are invisible, except to the one who wrote it. I love new fonts, especially crazy ones and Invisi font is the craziest. But it is nice to read what you think of the books on KLR, and more importantly (for me), I love replying to you. I love communicating with those that will take the time to say a word or two.
If you are still with me, and I apologize for being long-winded, here is what I need help with. I need to know if the problem is the multiple reviews. Are you using the Invisi font, which I hear is mega fast, because there are too many reviews to read and comment on in one visit? Would you prefer that I never write more than one review a day?
Please let me know what you think about multiple reviews; what do you want to read here at KLR.
Unfortunately, because the owner of KLR gets jittery when there are no comments, I have been ordered to try and dismantle the Invisi font for use on KLR. I love to read your comments and reply to each of you personally. Plus, if I do not, the site owner will get more than jittery. She’ll pull my reviews and my access to KLR. So I beg of you, dear readers, please no more Invisi font or any of the imitators that will surely be released in Invisi’s wake.
Never forget, my enthusiastic readers, are extremely appreciated!