Chile, I can’t…Even Drizzy can’t deal with all the crazy ass drama that goes on in the romance community, and this is the reason why I’m no longer a part of any author-based Facebook group. I hate to even go here, but when you get a bunch of women together, you know somebody’s bound to get in their feelings at some point. It’s become less about the love of reading and the discussion of books, and more about how much ass can I kiss to get in this author’s good graces so I can become Super Fangirl, and how many naked man asses can I post to be popular and get likes. Now, I’m all about having fun and letting loose, but what happened to genuine book discussions or just talking about stories and authors we love?
Now don’t get me wrong, I have my fangirl moments, but some of these chicks are worse than the Beyhive (That’s Beyonce’s crazed, snatch-your-edges fan base if you come out yo mouth wrong about their queen.) Don’t even think about writing a review less than 4 stars if you value your life. The fanhive will make you question your own sanity. I’m like, “Are these authors paying you?” DON’T ANSWER THAT!
I, myself, have been the victim of a fangirl sting or two. And you wanna know the sad part? The author did not do jack to diffuse the situation. Not.a.damn.thing. Chick just sat there and watched it all play out cause I questioned why she wrote a scene the way she did. So, when did this?
Turn into this?