The Truth About Book Reviews: 20 Book Review Myths, Debunked

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Life as an author is an adventure, and there is a lot we have to learn along the way. Understanding how to get book reviews, what to do with them, and their importance can be especially difficult. In "The Truth About Book Reviews" we cover 20 popular myths about book reviews, the truth, and author tips for applying those truths to your book marketing to help you connect with reviewers. More
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About Heather Hart

Heather Hart is an internationally best-selling author, book lover, manager of TrainingAuthors.com and owner of BooklyBooks.com. With the heart of an author, she enjoys working from home where she spends her days typing away at her computer, brainstorming new marketing ideas, reading new books, and encouraging those around her.

Heather's desire is to help others successfully publish and market their books while continuing to author, contribute to, and market multiple book marketing and faith-based books herself - and to have fun doing it!

In her free time Heather writes and edits devotions for teens girls for the website, FindYourTrueBeauty.com and volunteers for multiple other Christian websites. When she's not reading, writing, or marketing, Heather loves spending time outdoors and seeing God's beautiful creation all around her. Heather lives in Texas with her husband, Paul, and their four energetic children.

Readers can learn more about Heather by visiting her main website, www.PaulandHeatherHart.com

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Chris Mason reviewed on on Oct. 29, 2017

I thought the book had some good information a bit light and much of it was common sense but I guess it's worth a read.
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Mike White reviewed on on Sep. 16, 2016

This is a great resource for writers, whether they are new or not. While this book is primarily relevant to Amazon reviews and the Amazon system, it still does have some relevant information for the people who are writing on Smashwords and similar websites.

The observation that people will be skeptical of a book that has only attracted good reviews and that some bad reviews can actually lend credibility is a particularly important one.
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David Thyfault reviewed on on Aug. 1, 2015

This simple eBook was helpful, but in the time you read this review you could almost read the book, so go do it.
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