Have you ever wondered how to write a review for a book, but not sure where to begin?
Or perhaps how long it needs to be?
Or has it ever occurred to you that negative reviews may be helpful to authors?
Many readers finish a book and want to share their experience with other readers. A lot of readers miss out on that opportunity because they don’t realize how simple that is and it only takes a few minutes.
This Award Winning book explains how simple a book review is to write and how many words are needed.
Authors are very approachable, especially indie authors who are crying out for contact or feedback from their readers. And that is what a review is, feedback for many months or years of hard work.
If they have got the story wrong, or a character is not quite believable, they really want to know. It help’s to develop their writing skills and maybe next time they will get it right. Authors are people too and finding out what the outside world thinks about their work helps connect with their readers. Honestly, authors would like to know, whether it’s good or bad. It is so easy to tell them without being rude or nasty, or without the pages and pages of text like a school book review.
Interested in finding out more about different types of reviews, or tips for reviewing a book?
With this book you can.
Sharing your opinion with people who want to hear it is fun. Your reviews help fellow readers find out if a book is worth their time and money. Authors appreciate the recognition of a review, no matter how long, and the insight of a review can show them where they need to improve. ‘Writing a Simple Book Review, holds these answers and more. You will gain the confidence you need to start writing a book review today. You will not be disappointed. It is great for beginners and also helps review writers to gain a new prospective.
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