Review: Sandpaper Fidelity

Elizabeth Barone is a very talented lady. I’ve read several of her works already, and each story she writes pulls me in from the first page to the last. In addition to being a very talented Indie writer, she’s been one of my closest bloggy buddies and one of my best pushers. The best thing about Elizabeth (aside from her writing, of course), is the fact that she’s chasing her dreams and excelling at it. Elizabeth doesn’t make excuses (unlike me, oops?). She wants to be a writer and so she is a writer. I admire her so very much, and I’m sure y’all* will too!

Elizabeth has an amazing weekly short story series out called Sandpaper Fidelity, which I have been eating up like gravy.

Sandpaper Fidelity follows a group of friends each experiencing very different challenges, all intertwined with one another. The flow is fantastic, the “drama” is real and believable (and in some cases, hits close to home). It’s the kind of story that pulls you in from the first paragraph and has you almost cursing Elizabeth at the end because you have to wait another week to find out what happens next. (But it’s cursing in a good way Elizabeth, not a bad way, I promise!)

I really want to write this kick-ass review, but I’m horrible at writing reviews, mainly because I start talking about all my favourite parts and then I totally spoil it for the reader. I’m kind of horrible that way, and I apologize Elizabeth*…I am trying to write a fantastic review, but every time I write out a paragraph trying to explain how awesome this short series is, I give away something massively important. Like that major car accident that happened. Just kidding, that didn’t actually happen in the series. Or did it? Guess you’ll have to read it to find out…

Seriously, Fevered Friends, check out this short series, you won’t be disappointed! Go to the Sandpaper Fidelity website to order your copies now!

*I’m not really sure why I always write “y’all”. I’m not from the South, and I certainly don’t say it in every day conversations…maybe the writer voice in me is from Texas?

*Each time I write Elizabeth, I feel like I’m speaking in a Stern Father voice, because I usually call her Liz. 

*And also Elizabeth [stern father voice], if you seriously hate this review feel free to kick me in the ass and I’ll attempt to write a more thorough one that somehow doesn’t give away awesome key parts, and I’ll send it to you before I publish it. Oh and also, I’m trying to put the button in my blog. It might take a while, I lack your talent in HTML coding.

Edit to add: I totally accidentally made several errors in this post before hitting publish in my haste to submit THE WORLDS BEST REVIEW OF Sandpaper Fidelity EVER. That’s why I had to come back, and add this in. Also it’s why you should probably edit and proof-read stuff before you hit publish. 

About J.C. Hannigan

25. Mother. Wife. Lover of words. Weaver of stories. My first book, Collide, is available in e-book for Amazon Kindle and Kobo.
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4 Responses to Review: Sandpaper Fidelity

  1. This was a LOVELY review and NOT AT ALL horrible. It’s hard writing reviews without spoiling anything (which is part of the reason why I stopped Freaking Bookworm). It’s so much pressure!

    Thank you for the review, lovely (and go write something now)!

    Also: laughing my face off at the stern father voice thing. I can clearly remember my father’s stern “Elizabeth”-ing. 😀

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