4 Quick Ways To Write A #BookReview And Overcome Your Fears #MondayBlogs

To all you book lovers and readers out there: Heed Rosie Amber! Book reviews are the best way to promote your favorite indie author and they are NOT difficult to write! Consider Rosie’s tips for writing a book review and then go forth and write them 🙂

Rosie Amber

Authors WANT  Reviews

Make an Author's Day

Simple! How many times have you read pleas on social media for readers to write reviews? – Probably Loads.

Does the thought of writing a book review send you racing to the hills? – I can see plenty of you nodding in agreement.

WHAT holds you back?

Reading Soft edge

6 common replies:

I can’t write.

I can’t write paragraphs about a book.

I don’t know what to write.

I’m afraid of what people will think of my review.

I’m an author and don’t want a backlash on my own books.

I don’t have the time.

Let’s turn this around

I can’t write – I bet if you can read, you can write.

I can’t write paragraphs about a book – Good News, Amazon accepts one sentence reviews now as do many other sites.

I don’t know what to write – Ah! Quick Question – Why did you like or Dislike…

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3 Responses to 4 Quick Ways To Write A #BookReview And Overcome Your Fears #MondayBlogs

  1. These are great tips, Marie. Thanks for much for sharing the post! Enjoy your evening and the rest of your weekend.

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  2. L. Marie says:

    Those are good tips. Writing a book review can be daunting. So these tips are helpful.

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