Most of us have experienced book reviews, whether it’s reading or writing them. If we are looking for a good book, we might scan other readers’ reviews to decide if the book is worth buying. If we write reviews, we might worry about offending the author or experience negative responses for writing a critical review. If we are an author, we might feel frustrated when a reviewer posts comments that are harsh or unfair. If we are a new or aspiring author, we might feel confused trying to decide which criticism to take and which to ignore.
It’s complicated! Let’s talk about a few of these items, starting with the types of reviews and their purposes. I’ll share two examples of reviews, one positive and one negative. Later, I’ll share some responses from quite a few reviewers I’ve interviewed. I’ll also open discussion for questions and advice about…
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I finally got my Christmas tree up. Yes, it is a fiber optics tree. This year I decided to put a few of the homemade ornaments on. Some my grandma made and I cross-stitched a few of them. I didn’t put a lot on, but I think it looks really nice.
Now I can’t wait for my son to get home from college to see it. I haven’t seen Wyatt since we dropped him off in New York in August. I am so excited to see him.
Tomorrow night I will be making waffle cookies, hundred dollar cake (chocolate cake) and pickle dip for work on Tuesday.
Have a great night!
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