When do a Book Reviewer’s Statements Become Libelous?

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This isn’t about a bad review. Big Deal. I’ve had those. I know not everyone is going to like or love my books. But this? This is something totally different.

So I want to know, when do a reviewer’s statements become libelous? Is this woman, who wrote the comments in the review that I’ve inserted below, being libelous? Actually, it’s not really a review. It’s accusations. She’s accusing me of ripping- off another author. JK Rowling to be exact. I definitely have not done this. I actually used my very own imagination. Apparently, a novel concept to this person.

And since what she wrote is completely not true, isn’t that libel? Defamation? Slander? Isn’t it ruining my good name as an honest and hard-working author?

She says my magical house is Hogwarts. How can that be? It’s not a school or a castle. It’s a house. Nearly every room and…

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