Shirley slaughter-Harris you said this was worth reblogging and I totally agree. I find reviewing books can be stressful especially if they are not well written. These tips will make it easier for all book reviewers. Blessings
Are you new to book reviewing? Did you read something that was so incredibly good that you want to share it with the world? Then, today I’m going to tell you how to post the (almost) perfect review. Now, I am in no way saying that every review you post should be a 4 or 5 star one. BUT, I am saying that even in the not-so-great reviews, there is still a process. Below you will find 6 little tips on how to post reviews. You all know I always like to interject my little two-cents in the most constructive of ways, so here goes:
1) When you review a book, PLEASE don’t give any SPOILERS. And don’t give any “SPOILER ALERTS” either, because just as soon as you type the words, the reader’s eyes have already moved across the line and read the SPOIL. Don’t do that again.
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