A supposed friend of Tiger on the Storm illustrator Richard O'Hara tried very hard to get him kicked off the project, and Facebook messaged me a whole bunch of disparaging comments about Richard's artistic abilities. He even threatened to organize a boycott because he said the art was that weak. I asked if he, being an alleged friend and neighbor, had discussed his complaints about Richard's art with him directly, and if he have any constructive advice or critique other than, "He draws like a high school student."
Of course he didn't.
I told Richard about this person. He said, "Oh, yes, he's a big blowhard. Don't take him seriously."
But the guy kept up this barrage, sending me messages he didn't have the nerve to deliver to Richard personally. So I blocked him.
I also had my work called "war porn" by people who'd never read any of it any of it. One guy, shortly after the print release of Untold Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan, targeted me for harassment, telling me all veterans are war criminals, that I was glorifying war crimes, and that I should disavow my work and instead write anti-military propaganda. Never mind that writing about war doesn't make anybody pro-war, but that guy couldn't be bothered with facts. What was particularly telling was that this guy didn't go after any of the men who worked on the project, but the only woman working on it. I guess he assumed I was some weak link due to my gender.
Anyway, I warned my worthy collaborators about this guy, then blocked any and all social media access he had to me and reported him.