Does talking about books put you in your happy place? Do you enjoy influencing readers to pick up good books and steer away from bad ones?
You might want to try your hand at reviewing books. Katherine Scott Jones – book enthusiast, reviewer, and author – introduces us to the art of book reviewing. You’ll discover (1) who should – and shouldn’t – become a book reviewer; (2) what readers, publishers, and authors look for in a book reviewer; (3) four ways to get started reviewing books; (4) how to write a balanced, fair review, and (5) how to follow up with the publicist/author after you publish your review.The post 58 – How to Become a Book Reviewer, with Katherine Scott Jones first appeared on Blogging Bistro.
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