I'm not sure if this is the correct place to put this, but is it possible to have a Book Reviews category? I have typically written quite a few book reviews on Hubpages and currently have an account dedicated to reviews, so I was wondering if this would be something that's useful to others as well as to myself. It would make these hubs easier to categorize and easier for those looking for book reviews to find as well.
Please and thank you! (:
Hi Rebecca, I think you are right. There are already many book review Hubs and a category for it would be useful. I'll create one sometime today.
Thank you for being amazing! This will help me out more than I can begin to tell you! (:
Just to get back to you, there is now a Topic for Book Reviews under Books, Literature, and Writing> Books and Novels> Book Reviews. It should get its own Topic Page within 24 hours, but you can start categorizing your own Hubs there immediately.
Wonderful, I was just pondering the same thing at breakfast today. I shall get back to reading so I can start posting reviews. :-)
Am I missing something? I've been writing here on and off for four years, and always wrote a few book reviews. There were always categories for book reviews. Were they taken away at some time? There were bestsellers, historical fiction, romance, etc.
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