20 Questions To Ask When Writing A Book Review

By Megan Alms, a professional writing student at Taylor University You’ve just read a book, and you want to tell the world what you thought of it. Your mind is swirling with ideas and emotions. But as soon as you sit down to write your review, you forget everything you’ve just read. So, what needs […]

via 20 Questions to Ask When Writing a Book Review — PWR Lounge



  1. Thank you for this clear blog. As an unknown author reviews are hard to obtain, a fact I address subtlety on a regular basis. I hope it is okay to have forwarded your blog in full as a guest blog, as your points will be helpful to my followers. Thank you.

    1. By all means, forward this blog. However, it’s not my original content. I reposted it for another source.

  2. Thank you. There are many excellent writing coaches we draw upon. I am always hopeful that if they suggest their posts be forwarded on twitter, FB etc, providing the link, and I do so, they will be happy if I repost in full as a guest blog, giving the credit for the post to the author.

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