I am in no way an expert on the subject of reviews, but I know what I like. That’s the first step in writing a review that is honest and informative. There is a difference between a rating and a review, and while both are helpful, I tend to concentrate more on the written review.
Simply put, a review is a written description of what you like about a story, and yes, sometimes even what you don’t. I am going to share with you three rules I keep in mind when doing reviews, the most recent of which can be seen on Goodreads under my Author page.
Not all reviews need to include a 5-star rating
– I will be the first to say that there are some incredible (and little known) books out there, and while they are fabulous, they don’t always warrant a 5-star rating. In a perfect world, we would be…
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