Wanted to capture two rewarding instances for writing reviews. Apart from the occasional "helpful" review click on Amazon.com (after ~7yrs, I have 281 helpful marks on 109 book reviews; ~50,000 reviewer ranking), there is little feedback from other customers.
1) HATE is goodBeing an avid board gamer too, I was combing board game geek for an update on CMON's HATE game. CMON and artist Adrian Smith have been in league together for some time. Adrian Smith's graphic novels are being adapted into a boardgame, and I was looking for an update when lo-and-behold the chat room in Board Game Geek had my review of Vol.#1 posted to explain the context of the series (link). Of course, my credit is identified as "Amazon Reviewer" which is ok. I was thrilled my review was useful and shared.
Expect a Kickstarter from CMON on HATE in a year or so.
2) We Are All Legends
We Are All Legends (click for review: it's a collection of weird adventure by a master of weird fiction).
I lamented in a comment that only two of us had reviewed the book at the time (2008, 2012). Then Caleb chimed in to say he was the other! I did not know Caleb, and the Facebook group was rather obscure (I believe it was one dedicated to Karl Wagner). In any event, it was a rewarding moment to stumble across another reviewer! In 2015, another reviewer stepped up for this book. Really, We Are All Legends deserves to be read (and reviewed) more.