I’m in a silly mood 😉
Yesterday, my husband updated the drivers on my PC (don’t worry, it’s only for gaming).
Last night, when I wanted to relax with World of Warcraft, I could only start ONE program, and it wasn’t WoW.
Yeah, it did get a bluescreenofdeath while he updated one driver…
No, I have no idea why nothing worked. Really, nothing. And obviously for strange reasons there were no system recreation point to go back to.
Why would there be when I needed it?
This morning, my husband fixed my PC. Now it’s working again. Windows is in French 🙁 But at least I can play WoW.
But that meant that I got started late today with my work. (Yeah, I play WoW in the morning…)
And then I got slightly distracted on Facebook a couple of times. I made fun of Marlon Sander’s reproduction of Paul Myers… I hope he has a good sense of humor.
But what I’m trying to say is…
IT’S NOT ERICA STONE’S FAULT THAT I DIDN’T GOT THE REVIEW WRITTEN.
I take full responsibility.
It was my husband’s fault.
If he hadn’t screwed up with the driver updating on my PC, I would have played more WoW yesterday and gotten the review written today.
Yes, I’m certain.
But let me tell you a little more about Erica’s book and why I love it.
It has a checklist
If there’s one thing I love, then it’s a checklist.
I love it when you can check one item off at a time and KNOW that you’re doing the right thing.
Erica has included both a checklist and a template for your review.
First she explains everything in easy to follow details.
Then she gives us a checklist.
I love her 🙂
I’ve copied the checklist and the template to Evernote, so I can have easy access to it.
Her book is an evergreen. Get it here: http://malka.im/e/ninjareviews
P.S. If you love great guides, checklists and templates, and you want to learn how to write a good review, get this: http://malka.im/e/ninjareviews