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Join Mayra Calvani and Anne K. Edwards as they tour the blogosphere this November!
November 4th – Donna McDine’s Write What Inspires You – Guest Post by Mayra Calvani
November 6th – Book Pleasures– Interview with Mayra Calvani & Anne K. Edwards
November 8th – Mary Cunningham’s Cynthia’s Attic Blog – Guest Post
November 10th – Char’s Book Reviews and Writing Tips – Review
November 12th – Cheryl Malandrinos’, The Book Connection – Guest Post
November 14th – Morgan Mandel’s, All I Have to Say – Spotlight
November 15th – Internet Radio – Audio Interview with Anne K. Edwards
November 16th – As the Pages Turn – Spotlight
November 17th – Aaron Lazaar, Murder By 4 – Interview
November 17th – Lillie Amman’s A Writer’s Words, An Editor’s Eye– Review
November 20th – UNWRITER Ron Berry – Review
November 23rd – Blogcritics – Interview
November 27 – Helen Ginger’s Straight from Hel – Guest Post
November 27-30 – Books and Authors– Interview, Guest Post, Spotlight
November 28 – Emma Larkins’s Blog – Interview
November 30th – Broad Universe Blog – Interview
The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing was written not only with the aspiring reviewer in mind, but for the established reviewer who needs a bit of refreshing and also for anybody-be they author, publisher, reader, bookseller, librarian or publicist-who wants to become more informed about the value, purpose and effectiveness of reviews.
• How to differentiate the various types of reviews
• How to rate books
• How to prevent amateurish mistakes
• How to deal with the ethics and legalities of reviewing
• How to tell the difference between a review, a book report, and a critique
• How to start your own review site
• How to publish your reviews on dozens of sites and even make money while you’re at it, and much more
If you’re an author, publisher, publicist, bookseller, librarian, or reader, this book will also bring to light the importance and influence of book reviews within a wider spectrum.
*Currently used as a text book for book writing course in Loyola College, Maryland.
*The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing will be required reading for an English course at Kent State University, Ohio, that begins mid-January 2009.
“There’s not a reviewer out there that wouldn’t benefit from this review of reviewing… this is a great reference book for libraries…”
-Heather Shaw, Editor-in-Chief, ForeWord Magazine
-Reviewed by Sharon Broom, Armchair Interviews.
-Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford, Allbooks Reviews.
-Reviewed by James Cox, The Midwest Book Review.
-Reviewed by Irene Watson, Reader Views.