Did you know that 99% of the reading public never post a review for a book?
At Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team (six years and going strong!), we often look at ways to encourage more people to review. This autumn, Rosie has planned a Review-A-Book Challenge, with a great list of books to choose from, all free of charge to anyone serious about writing a review for her blog – and possibly joining the review team, if you enjoy the process.
Each day for a week or so, she will feature articles on how to write simple reviews, on choosing a star rating, and many more. The challenge is open to all, from experienced reviewers to those who have never written one. If this has piqued your interest and you would like to take a look at the books on offer, please click here:
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Terry explains how to write a simple book review HERE.
Terry shows us how she decides which star rating to choose HERE.
My post where I explain how I write reviews for non-fiction or poetry books is HERE.
Olga tells us all about how to write a longer book review HERE.
Alison helps us all with the thorny issue of writing a review for a book you didn’t really like HERE.
John’s written a great piece on why reviews are so important to authors HERE.
Many thanks Georgia, and for anyone reading this, today on my blog as part the challenge, Georgia has written a post with advice on how to write a review for non-fiction or poetry books.
Thanks, Rosie. I’ll add the link to this post.