Review of Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Typsy Wedding by Robert Bryndza

Coco Pinchard's Big Fat Tipsy Wedding (Coco Pinchard, #2)Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Tipsy Wedding by Robert Bryndza
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I did like the story, but I didn’t feel it came up to the standard of the first book – The Not So Secret Emails of Coco Pinchard. Perhaps it was because it was written in the same style, i.e. telling the story in a succession of emails. First time round I found it entertaining, and different, but this time I was bored in places. I do love Ethel, the ex mother-in-law though, what an entertaining character.

The book could also have benefited from a final edit; there were words missing, which sometimes meant reading the same sentence twice!

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2 responses to “Review of Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Typsy Wedding by Robert Bryndza

  1. Hello Mrs.Ford! I read your comment on a recent WordPress Central post. I decided to pay a visit, in order to tell you that I experience exactly what you described: Not one of my friends or family members has any interest, whatsoever, in reading my blog posts! It is very discouraging, and you have my sympathy. On the other hand, you are to commended for your phenomenal subscription readership count: 1,445! You are clearly writing useful posts, and are appreciated. Mea culpa, I am envious.

    To get to the point, I noticed that you mentioned this, in your current post,

    “The book could also have benefited from a final edit; there were words missing…”

    I find that sort of thing to be annoying too. It is the bane of self-publishing, and likely due to the demise of editors. It is my hope that editors shall have their day again, returning to a grateful public of literacy-appreciative readers 🙂

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    • Thanks for your comments. Even with an editor, which I paid for, errors still slip through! One of my faults is that I forget speech marks at the end of dialogue, expecially, if I have changed any of the wording. Reading through my latest book ready for publication, (hopefully for the last time) I am finding speech marks missing, which both my editor and my husband have missed! You can’t win, only do your best – at least there are no words missing in my book.

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