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Old 12-05-2012, 08:21 PM   #27
Sil_liS
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It doesn't matter if they know other authors personally: if an author has reviewed several other authors books, they may feel an obligation to review his books positively. Or an author reviewing a book may be concerned about being too critical about a book lest that author retaliate with a critical review of the first author's book. These incentives don't exist if the person reviewing a book isn't an author.
They do if the reader got the book for free as a result of a book promotion. Also they might be more favorable if both the reader and the author were born in the same city, or if the book got a good review from someone they like or respect, etc.
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