How to Write an Amazon Book Review

How to Write an Amazon Book Review

Happy (Writer) Wednesday!

If you're on my email list, then you know that I sent out an email expressing my gratitude for all of the support throughout the years, but specifically to those who've written an Amazon book review for one of my books. 

RELATED: 3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD WRITE AN AMAZON BOOK REVIEW.

Today, I simply want to give a step-by-step list of how to write an Amazon book review for my people out there who may want to write one for their favorite author. (Just in case you're favorite author is me, I'm smiling humbly. LOL)

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3 Reasons Why You Should Write An Amazon Book Review

3 Reasons Why You Should Write An Amazon Book Review

For those of you who don't know, I recently had a book signing in Los Angeles for my latest book, Chapter 30: How To Make Less Regretful Decisions In Your 20s. I know, shameless plug. But seriously, I am trying to make my mark as an author and I need the help of my readers and supporters to actually make a living with my words. I know I've mentioned in previous posts and periscope videos that I will continue to write even if people don't support me. While that's true, a girl can still have goals, right?!

I know what it's like to support people in spirit and not in action because you're not sure if your small act of kindness will make a difference. Well, let me tell you firsthand that something as simple as leaving an Amazon Book Review for an author can help tremendously in that author's writing career. How, you ask? Let me inform you by giving 3 reasons why you should write an Amazon Book Review:

1 || It Encourages Writers to Hone in on Their Craft

Whether it's a positive or negative review, there's still a lesson that can be learned from another person's opinion. A book review can confirm the literary genre that best fits the author's writing style, or can highlight a writing style that doesn't best fit an author. Personal testimony, a book review for my first book made me aware of the grammar mistakes that were made in my work. Although it was embarrassing, it was necessary for my writing growth. I didn't wanna be known as THAT writer. (We all know what "that" means.)

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