Sally Cronin with a suggestion for authors as to how to get more reviews. Thanks, Sally!

I am very keen to make reviews a prominent feature of the book promotions and encourage readers to review the books that they buy and enjoy, or not as the case may be. Word of mouth is still the mo…

Source: How can we encourage more readers to leave reviews for our books? | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

#Bookreview PALE HIGHWAY by Nicholas Conley (@NicholasConley1) A wonderful look at Alzheimer’s, with sci-fi, inspiration, genetics and metaphysics thrown in http://ow.ly/r4jk50b2q9K

#Bookreview THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE by Katherine Arden (@arden_katherine) A magical fairy-tale with a touch of the classics http://ow.ly/ANK850aYXBP

#Reviewblitz PETALS by Laurisa White Reyes (@lwreyes) Grief, survivor’s guilt, identity and family relations in a beautifully written book set in Guatemala. http://ow.ly/LD8Z50aXtb9

#Bookreview BIG LITTLE LIES by Liane Moriarty Dark chick-lit or humorous mystery wonderfully written and with great characters. http://ow.ly/7BYh50aVWgj

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview Ronald Laing: The rise and fall and rise of a radical psychiatrist by David Boyle (@davidboyle1958) #RBRT An insightful and clear introduction to Laing’s life and work in time for his rediscovery http://ow.ly/Ey5u50aUsrI

#Bookreview ANNE BOLEYN IN LONDON by Lissa Champman (@lissachampman) Plenty of information on the court and the London of the era and a balanced view of Anne’s historical figure http://ow.ly/LyzN50aTazi

A fantastic article about Chekhov, or rather a speech given to writers. Don’t miss the 6 principles that make for a good story.

Chekhov’s quest to inoculate himself against ennui offers lessons for writers working in our current climate of desensitization.

Source: Love in the Time of Numbness; or, Doctor Chekhov, Writer – The New Yorker

#Bookreview STREET SOLDIER by Andy McNab (@The_Real_McNab) Action packed, with an engaging protagonist and a hopeful and inspiring message http://ow.ly/msMN50aQ1UY

#Bookreview SMARTER FASTER BETTER: The Secrets of Being Productive by Charles Duhigg (@cduhigg) An inspiring and enlightening book on the topic, not a fast read or a practical manual. http://ow.ly/kca450aOCnq

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100 Books and Reviews for 2017

Ann Fields

Author of Quality Literature

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