Apr 29 2019

Yippie #AtoZChallenge #Writing #BookReviews as an #Author

Emotional writing

Writing Book Reviews As An Author

Inspiration To Make It Easier

By: J Lenni Dorner

#AtoZChallenge 2019 Tenth Anniversary blogging from A to Z challenge letter Y
is for Yippie

Were there any strong emotions this book evoked in you? An example would be making you shout “yippie” when your favorite character is victorious.

What someone is looking for when they read your review is your personal observations and emotional responses. Readers of reviews are genuinely interested in this, in your point of view.

Emotions are about you, how the book made you feel, even if the feelings don’t match the expected ones for the genre. There are funny horror novels and scary romances.

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    • joy on April 29, 2019 at 11:06 AM
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    awesome comic!! thanks for sharing. i don’t think i had ever seen it before 😮

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  1. I don’t think I’ve ever yelled Yippee but there are some books that have made me laugh and cry. You did a great job with this series. So different from last year’s story.

  2. That cartoon is a scream!
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  3. “Yikes” might be more my response to a scene in a mystery novel. I never gave much thought to adding this information to a book review. Will have to give it a try.
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  4. I’ve had LOL moments in books — which I add to reviews — and EWW! moments — which I also add to reviews. I haven’t read any scary romances lately…
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  5. Brilliant cartoon. Sad that Poe and Verne never shared a balloon ride only inspired thinking,
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