Remember, your input helps us grow. It gives us a better understanding of the reader’s perception. And boost the sales
πŸ“Œ Read the book or at least 40% of the book to understand and have a feel for the plot. We know you are super busy and don’t expect you to read the entire book. Unless, of course, it fully involved you and you must finish it. πŸ€“
πŸ“Œ We don’t want to read the synopsis in a review. You may use a line or two but not the entire thing. We are interested in your thoughts. πŸ€“
πŸ“Œ If you can’t leave a review because of a certain reason with the book, let them know. We don’t see the world the same. Be honest and professional.
πŸ“Œ What do you take from the story?
πŸ“Œ Is it interesting?
πŸ“Œ Did you like any of the characters?
πŸ“Œ What about the flow – fast pace, too slow, skipping important detail… We like to know for future reference.
πŸ“Œ If you are not willing to review it because of errors – we are human, then tell us personally. Don’t leave a snarly review or attack the author’s person. Keep it professional. Those words kill our creative writing.
πŸ“Œ A reviewer is not a beta reader or proofreader. An author paid already for that service. See the copyright page. Read the story. That is what we asked you to do.
πŸ“Œ Paid service: (I am not a fan of this.) When you expect us to pay you, we expect a professional service. If you can’t, don’t give yourself out as one.
1)Be consistent.
2)Schedule a date.
3)If you say you are publishing it on certain platforms, do it.
4) Forward the links to the author.
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