How I Write Book Reviews: guest post with Namitha @ Teen Memoir

Namitha talks about the techniques of blogging and included MY BLOG in her examples! I am honored to be featured by a fellow blogger friend! ๐Ÿ˜โค๏ธ

Hey, everyone! Iโ€™m Namitha over @teenmemoirย and today Iโ€™m going to be doing a guest post onย Katieโ€™s blogย all aboutย How I Write Book Reviews. Clickย hereย to check out Katieโ€™s post on how she bookstagrams! She seriously posts the best pictures and Iโ€™m in love with her Instagram feed! Working with Katie was honestly so much fun and I hope to collab with her more in the future!

Tips/Things to Remember

Have an outline:ย Before you start writing, have an idea of what exactly you want to say in your review. Think and organize your thoughts. For example; Make a list of the things you liked/hated most in the book. Ask yourself questions like โ€œWhat stood out to me the most?โ€ or โ€œWhat could have been better?โ€ Then, try to group them under categories such as plot, characters, writing, pros, cons, etc. Next, outline your review. Do youโ€ฆ

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31 thoughts on “How I Write Book Reviews: guest post with Namitha @ Teen Memoir

      1. Hahaha. I so don’t feel like a pro yet, but it was a huge compliment to see the blog on here. I still feel like I’m trying to figure out exactly what I want to do with review posts, but it’s getting closer. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Oh I plan on it! I have it all spread out on the table and I have just been opening all my bookmail that stacked up while I was at work (trying to do it when I get home but most nights I’m too tired)…but I’m off on Tuesday so I’ll def tag you in it! Thank you so much for running the great giveaway!!

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    1. Thanks JR! Imitation is the finest form of flattery! (As long as it stops there and you don’t start like, posting my reviews too lmao!! ๐Ÿ˜‚)
      I’m glad this post was helpful…it was just so sweet that she thought of me bc my blog is all designed on my iPhone or iPad and it makes it a little harder to design that way!

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