This weekend, I talked with a friend about The Untold and realized I don’t give this one enough attention, which is a shame. I absolutely loved writing this story and am just as proud of this one as Dark Days. There’s a lot I would like to say about The Untold but I have to be careful to not give too much away. There are some big twists in it that I don’t want to spoil.
My goal is to make this a series and made notes for a couple of stories from WWI. I also have ideas for some other eras but we shall see where the road loads. For now, I’m still thrilled to have this book out and it taught me some things.
The Untold received a 1-star rating and it was the first 1-star that I’ve received, but I know it won’t be my last. I’ve seen a lot of authors struggle with this rating and even more so when it’s just a rating. When a reviewer doesn’t state why they give it a 1-star then the author doesn’t know what to correct and I read all reviews so that I can make my writing better. I don’t know how I can write a better story for the reader but I’m going to try and that’s how I’m going to approach all 1-star reviews.
If you like historical fiction and stories from World War II then I suggest giving The Untold: Stories from WWII a try. It is currently on Kindle Unlimited so if you’re a subscriber then add it to your TBR and remember to share your thoughts. I truly want to know how to improve my craft.