I am a writer. This isn’t a going-to-be-someday thing. This isn’t a hope-to-become thing. I am a writer here, now, and today.
I am a reader. This isn’t a going-to-be-someday thing. This isn’t a hope-to-become thing. I am a reader here, now, and today.
Do you believe in books? If you believe, write a review.
I have a friend who writes reviews. She’s excellent at writing reviews. A voracious fiction reader and a powerful journalist, she’s perfect for it. I wish I could write reviews like she does.
Can I? Can you? Yes. Yes, we can all write book reviews.
From what I’ve gleaned, here are some top tips for writing a book customer review.
- 200-300 words in length.
- Be honest.
- Write for an audience of readers like yourself.
- Title the review.
- Resist the urge to write a book report.
- Be kind when writing negative reviews.
- Avoid spoilers.
- Read other online book customer reviews.
Most of all? Relax. The customer book review you write is simply an extended helping hand to people like you. Even a well-written negative review can be as helpful as a positive review for the writer, because we all have different tastes in literature.
Customer book reviews are a gift to readers and writers which costs only a small amount of your time.
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[***APRIL 24, 2017***]
“Book, Movie Review” by Daisy Hartwell for custom-writing.org