Yesterday I noticed something. When I wrote my book review for “Slim To None” it was not difficult for me. I felt rather easy to express how much I wasn’t a fan of the book. In some ways it was like a release for me – a release for reading that book. After I posted the interview, I felt bad about my opinions and thoughts, but I was honest. That’s what (Chick Lit) Goddesses do, right?
Later that day I was working on my book review for “Tales From The Crib,” a book I loved, and will post later today, I found it difficult to write. I wanted what I said to be good enough and give the author and the book the hype that it deserves, and I wanted to give as much praise as possible because I admire the author because I’m an unpublished author. I admire all published authors, especially Chick Lit authors.
Here are some questions for you:
- How do you write your good and bad reviews?
- Do you have any tips for still being honest, but kind at the same time?
- Do you have any help for relieve the pressure of writing a good book review?