No, I am actually referring to strange reviews mentioning characters or actions that do not actually exist in the book. My newest review on Amazon was for Loving Her where I got a 4 star (thanks for that, by the way) and then the reviewer goes on to say:
"Sammy does occasionally get on my nerves which is why this doesn't get a 5 star. Brock and Slater are adorable and they have their own problems to deal with. Brock does something incredibly stupid but you'll have to read the book to find out what."
Hmmm. I'm pretty familiar with Loving Her, having written it, and I cannot for the life of me remember an irritating character named Sammy, or anyone named Brock, or Slater...and you can read the book as many times as you want and you will still never find out what incredibly stupid thing Brock does, because well, there is no Brock. But I will admit to a certain curiosity now to know exactly what book was being reviewed here.
At least it was a good review. On Goodreads I have a few times received a 2 star rating on books before they are written. "Craving Her" is a fine example. 2 stars really? for a book that will be released in 2015? Hmmmm.
Speaking of release dates: The next dragon book, Fire The Blood will be available at the end of December, beginning of January. We will see how much time I have for writing during the holidays. Hopefully, I will have more than I have had this last week. Because I have to tell you, without my forays into my own personal fantasy lands I get a little tense. Just FYI, that Huntsman is smoking hot.
By the way, if anyone has read a book with an irritating character named Sammy and can tell me what incredibly stupid thing Brock does and what book it is, I would be thrilled beyond measure. Otherwise I will just have to keep assuming hallucinogenic drugs were involved in the writing of that review. Just say no people.