Feb 08 2019

Writing Book Reviews As An Author on this #AtoZChallenge Tour and Blog Hop

First Annual #AtoZChallenge Book Reviews, Tour, and Blog Hop!



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Welcome!
It’s day five of this great event.
This blog will have reviews and tour stops on February 4, 8, 18, 19, 21, 27, and 28.
Today I’m featuring, well, me.

J Lenni Dorner


Yes, I’m going to talk about my own new book.

There's no shame in helping others see your value #quote #selfpromotion



Writing Book Reviews As An Author: Inspiration To Make It Easier


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Who would want to read this book the most?
Authors who don’t write book reviews and are ready to change that.
I was one of those authors a few years ago. And I decided I didn’t like that about myself, that I didn’t support my fellow authors by writing book reviews. So I researched how to do, read a lot of reviews (well-written and not), and came up with a way to consistently write them well. The book isn’t about becoming a professional reviewer. It’s a series of prompt-style inspirations written in easy-to-remember acronyms that, with practice, makes allows one to write a solid review in about fifteen minutes.


Book publish date: MARCH 26 2019
This is my 2019 A to Z Challenge theme and book. There will be samples from the book on this blog in April. I expect readers of this blog will learn quite a bit. I can’t cover everything in an alphabet of posts though!


Book’s genre: Reference – Craft of Writing

A brief description of the book:
This book aims to provide inspiration to encourage people to write more book reviews. It is written for authors, though any reader can benefit.

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Why will I take part in the A to Z Challenge the year that your book is “given life”?
It’s the ten year anniversary. I’m very excited to be a co-host of the A to Z Challenge. This is an incredible community.
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Why did I start blogging?
This is answered in my very first blog post.
“You may wonder why I started a blog. I may wonder that too! Actually, this blog was started because I heard about the A to Z challenge from some NaNoWriMo friends.”


What other books do you have available?

What motivates me to write book reviews?
I feel that it’s an important way to give back to the community of readers and authors. It’s a simple gift that costs only a few moments of time.
How about you, readers of this post? What motivates you to write book reviews? Or, if you don’t write them, what deters you?

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  1. I really like the idea that book reviews are a way to give back to the writing community!
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    1. Thank you!
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  2. I would never have thought to write a book on this subject but it’s a great idea! I always struggle to assimilate what I liked a book in a short space. I’ll look forward to the A-Z.
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    1. I think a lot of authors do. It takes me about 15 minutes to write a review. I figured it would make a good subject. Hopefully what you learn here in April will help.
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