Mar 16 2019

April Blogging from A to Z #AtoZchallenge THEME REVEAL #Books

Theme Reveal #AtoZchallenge Tenth Anniversary 2019

Writing Book Reviews As An Author

Inspiration To Make It Easier

By: J Lenni Dorner

Excerpts from and discussions about my latest book will be presented, alphabetically, on this blog this April.
If you have an interest in writing book reviews, and/or if you’re an author, don’t miss these posts!
Can’t wait?

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I WON’T be reviewing books. This is more a “how to” sort of theme.

Hope to see YOU in April!

— J, Co-host and Captain

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  1. As someone that writes reviews, this will be a theme to follow – and I have to get the book…to review = full circle or final test. [I love the spam filter – but as an evil robot I know how to bypass it.]
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    1. Glad you’re looking forward to my book and posts!

      The latest update took away the area where I created that spam filter. But for double fun, try to leave me a one-word comment. (I don’t know how to disable that anymore, either. Can’t even find it in the code. But it amuses me, so I’m not really worried about.)
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      1. The one word ‘message’ about space aliens works and had me grinning, So I couldn’t say ‘Obstructed’ – I’ve had no keyboard for a few days.
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        1. Applesauce. 😉
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  2. I’ve written a few book reviews on my blog and plenty on places like Amazon. I don’t know how well I’ve done these. Your posts might provide some helpful guidelines.

    Thanks, J, for all that you’ve been putting into A to Z this year. Your touch has added a greater professionalism to the event. You and the Team have been amazing!

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    1. Thanks so much! I love A to Z, our community. Hopefully my posts next month will give you some inspiration.
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  3. Ooh, this sounds very useful! Great theme! 🙂 I write reviews both on Goodreads and on Moly (Hungarian Goodreads), so I am looking forward to this!
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  4. This will be very useful, I write quite a lot of reviews as well as critique poetry and prose . Looking forward to the tips.

    1. Excellent! Hope I’m useful!
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  5. Another book reviewer here, but my theme this year is historical fiction, the best of, naturally!
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    1. Glad you already know how to review books. Have fun this April!
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  6. This sounds so interesting! I review books occasionally and I’ll look forward to the tips/excerpts you share during April.
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    1. Yay for reviewing books! I hope I inspire you to write even more.
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  7. Sounds interesting! Looking forward to what you come up with.
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    1. Thanks!
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  8. I’m doing books too but not reviewing them. Just picking out some cool covers and titles I like. See you around in April!
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    1. Knowing what covers catch the eyes of others is good to know.
      I’m not reviewing books for the posts. Just discussing why they matter and how to write them.
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  9. Sounds fun. I considered doing that since I have a release coming up, but given how close April is, I didn’t have the time or spare energy.
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    1. The book started out as a blog post. But it got too long. And then it turned into a month of posts. And I still had enough to make a book. So, I figured, why not?
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  10. You know, one would think that finding book titles and reviewing them during the challenge mus tbe easier than many other themes. I actually think it’s oen of hte hardest things to do.
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    1. I’ve reviewed an A to Z of books on writing in the past. This isn’t that.
      I wrote a book about writing book reviews.
      For A to Z this year, I’m blogging about that book, giving review-writing tips, things like that. To encourage authors, and others, to write book reviews.
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    • Marquessa on March 20, 2019 at 9:35 PM
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    Looking forward to following!
    Marquessa @simplymarquessa from The Next Chapter
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    1. Thanks! 🙂
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  11. Yay! Looking forward to April.
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  12. Hi Lenni,
    Looking forward to reading your “how to” blogs. I have also revealed my theme which is about my books too. I plan to write about my characters and more. Do have a look at
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  13. sounds interesting and HELPFUL. Happy almost April and congrats on 10 years!

    Joy at
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  14. I love a good how to theme. I will be def be visiting during the challenge 🙂
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  15. Sounds like a fun theme and a great way to get your book out there
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