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If you’ve read ‘Red Flags of Love Fraud,’ please post a review

My goal with my new book, Red Flags of Love Fraud — 10 signs you’re dating a sociopath, is to teach people how to spot the warning signs that they’re involved with a sociopath, so that they can get out of the relationship before too much damage is done. I hope to use my experience, and the experiences that so many of you have shared, to spread the word that sociopaths are out there, they are destructive, and by knowing the Red Flags of Love Fraud, they can be avoided.

Will you help?

If you know people who should read the book, tell them about it. And, if you’ve already read the book, please post a review. I’ve listed instructions for how to do it on several websites below, and all of them let you post under an anonymous name if you need to protect your identity.

Don’t think that your assistance doesn’t matter. It really does! The more positive reviews available for people to read, the more they will realize that the information is truly important!

So please, tell people about the book by writing a review. In fact, you can post the same review on multiple websites. Here’s how:

Amazon.com

You need to have an Amazon account in order to post a review, which means that at some point you bought something from the online retailer. However, you don’t have to buy Red Flags of Love Fraud on Amazon to post a review.

  1. Log on to the Red Flags of Love Fraud page on Amazon.
  2. Click on the yellow “customer reviews” link, located next to the stars right under the title and “By Donna Andersen.”
  3. Under “Average Customer Reviews” you’ll see the yellow stars again. Below that is a button that says, “Create your own review.” Click the button.
  4. If you haven’t already done it, sign in.
  5. Write your review.

Barnes and Noble

  1. Log on to the Red Flags of Love Fraud page on BarnesandNoble.com.
  2. Click on the customer rating link, which is next to the stars, to the right of the book cover.
  3. On “Customer Reviews” page, click the button for “Write a review.” If you’re already a Barnes and Noble customer, sign in. If not, create an account. You don’t have to buy anything.
  4. Write your review.

Goodreads.com

Goodreads is a social networking site for book lovers. Anyone can have a free account and post a review.

  1. Log on to Goodreads.
  2. If you’re not a member, sign up and create a password. You can skip the next two pages if you want. To skip Yahoo email, click “skip this page,” located at the bottom. To skip book compatibility test, click “continue to the next page” at the top right.
  3. On the next page, type Red Flags of Love Fraud into the search box.
  4. On the next page, you’ll see a small picture of the Love Fraud book cover. To the right, you’ll see a box that says, “Add to my books.” Click it.
  5. Click the stars, write your comments, and save the review. You’ll get an acknowledgement that your review has been saved.

Shelfari

Shelfari is another social networking site for readers. Anyone can have a free account and post a review.

  1. Log on to Shelfari.
  2. If you are a Shelfari member, sign in. If you are not a member, click the “Join” button and sign up. You can skip the “Look for friends” screen if you want.
  3. In the search bar at the top of the window, type Red Flags of Love Fraud and click Search.
  4. Click the link for my book.
  5. Under the Red Flags of Love Fraud image, you’ll see an “Add” or “Edit” button. Click it. This will add the book to your shelf and give you the opportunity to write a review.

With your help, Lovefraud will shine the bright light of “Knowledge is Power” on the darkness of sociopathy.



6 Comments on "If you’ve read ‘Red Flags of Love Fraud,’ please post a review"

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  1. snowwhite says:

    Just posted this review on amazon:

    If you have found yourself in a relationship with a man who initially professed his undying love for you, convinced you that you are the only one for him, and tells you that you are his soulmate, beware! Those constant text messages, phone calls, and “coincidental” run ins are not romance, but stalking tendencies. These signs and so many more are classic signs you are involved with a sociopath. This book outlines the characteristics of a psychopathic relationship dead on! And it’s based on thousands of similar stories experienced by women over and over again. Donna has the MO of a sociopath down to a science. If you have a gut feeling something isn’t right with your man, read this book. It will save your life!



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  2. Ox Drover says:

    This book is wonderful and I encourage every LF reader to buy two copies, one for yourself and one to give to a friend (don’t we all have a friend who needs a copy?)

    Even if the psychopath in your life is not a lover, it still teaches you about spotting psychopaths because they all play from the SAME PLAYBOOK, they all demonstrate the same signs. Learning to spot a psychopath is primal survival skills for all of us! They are predators and we can be prey or we can be survivors! Knowing how to spot them in the wild is the best information anyone can have. !



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  3. Thank you so much! And thank you to everyone who posted reviews! Together, we can spread the word, and perhaps save other people from the devastation that we experienced.

    Thank you!!!



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  4. sherry winter says:

    I noticed its a lot cheaper on amazon. I wanted to buy one for me and one for my daughter., I couldn’t bring myself to spend over $30 even with the work book. With used books under $13 before shipping I can do it!

    Not that you can put a price on the knowledge that can save you from a apathy, but still, it means I don’t have to wait any more!



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  5. 2good2btrue says:

    I just finished the book today. I have already read Donna’s first book and her writing style is so easy to read and with that consideration, it is a wonderful book and I highly recommend it. The sad thing is I thought I was reading my own biography (with a few exceptions)! I am so distressed to know the statistics of how many ‘lunatics’ are running loose out there. My ex left me 5-1/2 years ago and I still have not had a date since then. To think about it makes me break out in a cold sweat, yet I do not want to spend the rest of my life alone. I do enjoy male companionship and will not know if I have healed or learned anything until I make that first step. How do you trust again? How do you not judge all by the past experiences? Looking back on my adult life, I now realize that all my date choices had 1 or 2 traits, but the last one was the doozy (9 out of 10 traits). The only one that did not fit him was murder (that I know of). From reading the book, I do know how blessed I am…I did not have children who will suffer for a long time and he did not try to kill me. My heart breaks for those who did endure this.

    I read a lot on LF, just don’t post too much. Thanks to everyone for sharing their experiences and helping each other. The best support system I know, because none of my family or friends understand. You have to live it, to believe it!



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  6. 2good2btrue says:

    I also posted a review on amazon.



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