Top tips for writing a Book Review

Hi everyone, it’s Phoenix here and I hope you’re all doing fantastic!

Today I’m going to share some of my top tips for writing book reviews.

1. Tell the reader what you liked or disliked about the book. Readers like it when you note down your opinions, so don’t make your review too, too formal.

2. Don’t comment on the Author of the book. Remember, a book review is about the actual book, not the Author. Don’t judge the book by the way the author lives or their faith. Stay honest.

3. Remember to proofread your work before posting the review. Any grammatical errors or spelling mistakes – your reader may not take you seriously.

4. Don’t spoil the book! Most people want to read and enjoy the book and get surprised by exciting twists. Do not spoil the book for them, and if you really cannot contain yourself, put a warning before revealing the spoiler.

5. Actually read the book. Never write a book review if you haven’t completed the whole book. Even the last sentence can change your opinion.

Hopefully, these tips will guide you to creating a fantastic book review!

Thank you for reading and happy blogging.

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Published by H.R Phoenix, Author

H.R Phoenix is the owner and creator of Penable. She likes to inspire people to write and is an Author of a poetry book and the Penable magazine 2020. When she's not working on a short story or writing awesome Penable Posts, she enjoys spending time with her two cute kittens..

30 thoughts on “Top tips for writing a Book Review

  1. I always found writing reviews tormenting. I had to do a review on our thoughts on a subject as part of our final year portfolio.. that was tasking. Especially writing a scientific reviewπŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ but hey all reviews are worth a write they are warnings in disguise. I will try one of these days to write a review on a book. Let’s see how that goesπŸ˜…

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