So -- I think pretty much everyone on the WFG would like to rack up more reviews (positive, preferably - but sometimes it's just nice to know somebody's reading at all, isn't it?), but often times, one not-so-good review, or not having multiple reviews, can keep readers from discovering good work.
What I'm proposing with this thread is a "pitch-meeting" of sorts, like the opening scene of Altman's "The Player". Tell me (and anyone else who stumbles across this thread) about your work, what it's about, what you're trying to accomplish with it, the genre, your influences, etc. Basically, say all those things you imagine telling an interviewer after your book winds up on the NYT bestseller list.
Maybe somebody, after seeing what YOU have to say about your work, will give it a second look after that initial bad review. Maybe they'll even be moved to add a review of their own, or link to you from their site, or, hell, option your work for a movie : )
Somebody else start... I'll follow suit, if anyone bites...