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October 4, 2018
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Why Book Reviews Matter

Did you know writing book reviews are one of the best ways you can support an author?

It’s true.

Book reviews offer credibility and open up opportunities for books to be seen by more readers.

When a book reaches 20 reviews on Amazon, they will start recommending it to readers. And at 100 reviews, they will start including it in their emails.

There are also advertising sites that won’t let authors advertise their books to their audience until they reach a specific number of reviews with an average star rating of four stars or higher.

The bottom line is: Reviews matter.

All that to say…

I have formed a small group of women who have the opportunity to read my books before anyone else.

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Why Women?

My passion is writing books for women. For teen girls or Christian women. While I do publish other books on occasion, my heart is for helping other women in their walk with Christ. So that’s really who I want to read my books, and that’s who I want to be on my review team. My target audience is women of all ages and at all stages of their Christian walk.

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Join My Book Review Program

All I ask of my book reviewers is that they post about the book on their social media channels and post a review on their blog, Goodreads, and/or online retail sites.

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Writing Book Reviews is Easy

There is no right or wrong way to write a book review.

It can be as simple as: I loved this book!

But the best reviews give a few details and a reason why you loved what you read.

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Here are a few examples

Review of Candid Conversations

“I love the way Heather writes what God has laid on her heart. I found myself in most of the stories. It is comforting to know that there are other Christian women who have experienced the same things I have or one of my family members have.” ~ Deb, A Real Christian Woman

Review of Christmas is Coming

“Heather has written an excellent devotional book that will lift your spirits during the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season and prepare your heart to worship the coming King. These devotionals are saturated with Scripture, personal antidotes, and Bible stories, which speak to the soul and add depth and meaning to the birth of our Savior. If you’re looking for a devotional book that presents the Christmas story with warmth and grace, look no further.” ~ Luana Ehrlich, Author of Titus Ray Thrillers

Review of Teen Devotionals… For Girls!

“‘Teen Devotionals . . . for Girls!’ is to help young girls find a way to apply God’s Words to their lives. These devotions are written just for young girls, with topics that deal with what teenagers are facing today. If you have teenage girls, this devotional is a must for you.

“This book can also be used for individual Bible study or small group study. After each devotion, there is a Reflection time question, an Application step and a model prayer, giving plenty of questions and topics to think about. I strongly encourage you to pick up a copy of ‘Teen Devotionals . . . for Girls’ for your teenager. I think you will be glad you did, and your daughter will thank you as well. This is a book I will purchase for my tween niece because she keeps asking me for books she can read. I am so glad I found one just for her!” ~ Reviewed by Joy H. for Readers Favorite

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20 Comments

  • Reply Yvonne Morgan October 4, 2018 at 11:17 am

    Great advice on giving authors’ books reviews online. Until I wrote my first book, I never understood the importance of giving them a review but it opens so many doors for the author’s work to get a larger audience. Thanks for the tips

  • Reply Sydney Meek October 4, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    This sounds so interesting! I, personally, am not an avid-reader, but I can see the importance of reviewing books! I feel like the same goes for any product/service that you purchase, or even blog posts. Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply Lisa Quintana October 4, 2018 at 4:40 pm

    Hey Heather,

    It’s a hard market these days in the publishing business. I’ve been trying to get published, and have taken some courses on how to do so only to find out how much marketing publishers expect of the author. Gone are the days when you could simply write well, and allow the publisher to do all the marketing for you! So, your idea is a really good one. Yes, I have heard that book reviews help. May God bless your efforts.

    • Reply Heather Hart October 5, 2018 at 10:16 am

      Thanks, Lisa! Most authors these days have their own review crews. It’s honestly expected. You either have to form one yourself, or hire a publisist to do it for you. Or, you can pay to get your book in someone elses review platform. Being an author isn’t for the faint of heart, that’s for sure.
      Heather Hart recently posted…The Truth About My Life – Online & OffMy Profile

  • Reply Nancy E. Head October 5, 2018 at 6:06 am

    Love this opportunity! Thank you! Reading others’ writings enrich us and make us better writers!

  • Reply Karen Friday October 5, 2018 at 8:54 am

    Book reviews do matter and make all the difference in the life of the book and the author.

    Thanks for this reminder and for what you do in the publishing world to further the name of Jesus and kingdom work.

  • Reply Melinda Viergever Inman October 5, 2018 at 9:23 am

    What a fantastic idea, Heather! What a productive way to get the word out on your books while also garnering those first precious reviews! If my schedule weren’t already crunched with reviewing I’d sign up. Do you mind if I share your post with some non-writer friends of mine who would be great reviewers?

  • Reply Juanita Deloris October 6, 2018 at 9:31 am

    I must admit that I have not been an avid book reviewer. Reader? Yes, but not review writing. I think it just didn’t dawn on my the weight of importance it carried. Reading articles from others about reviews, topped off by your post, I am seeing that I need to step it up in this area.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Reply Heather Hart October 6, 2018 at 10:06 am

      I have been there, Juanita. I think most readers are right there with you. We love books, and love to read, and it never even occurs to us that writing a review is important. Yet in the age of buying books online, we read them all the time.
      Heather Hart recently posted…The Truth About My Life – Online & OffMy Profile

  • Reply Melinda Viergever Inman October 6, 2018 at 1:25 pm

    I’m commenting again, since I’ve seen your post up again, to let you know that I did ask a handful of great young women to join you. I hope they do!
    Melinda Viergever Inman recently posted…Why Writers Need to ReadMy Profile

  • Reply Stephanie Gammon October 7, 2018 at 12:19 pm

    I didn’t realize that as few as 20 reviews sent your book to suggested books on Amazon. That’s a great point. I know that reviewing kind of scares me. Thanks for giving us guidelines and examples here.

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