London born author Jacqueline Howett wrote a book called 'The Greek Seaman.' BigAl's Books and Pals did a review of the book and found the overall concept good but noted that there were just so many spelling and grammar errors. They said: Spelling and grammar errors, which come so quickly that, especially in the first several chapters, it's difficult to get into the book without being jarred back to reality as you attempt unraveling what the author meant.
In BigAl's Books and Pals' comments section, Jacqueline Howett started complaining about getting a bad review. A furious debate ensued wherein Jacqueline Howett went ballistic, demanded her right to prevent publication of negative reviews and finally lapsed into profanity.