How to Write a Book Review by Joanie Chevalier

Before I became an author, I had never realized how important book reviews were. Leaving a review is akin to leaving a tip. An author appreciates when a reader leaves an honest review. You don’t have to write a long review; write only what comes to mind after reading the book. There is no right or wrong way to write a review. This is what I hear most often when the topic of writing a review is brought up: I wouldn’t know what to write; I’m afraid it will sound stupid; I don’t have any writing skills; I don’t have time; I don’t know how. Please go to my blog to read more!

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