This is my first book review hub...suggestions would be AWESOME!!!!!
http://missfrost.hubpages.com/hub/Dont- … est-of-You
Hello, MissFrost. First of all, I would like to say that this is a very well written hub. It has a very nice layout. You did wonderfully; however, there are a couple of things that I think you could do to make it even better.
Your introduction grabs my interest, but I think it would be more effective if you shortened it just a little, and told me what you are going to talk about sooner. Also, it is wonderful if you've found a book you love, but if you are going to call it a review, I recommend that you be slightly critical. If you don't you may come off as insincere, and just plugging a product.
Once again, I thought you did wonderfully, and I plan to implement some of your tools in my own hubs. Thank you.
Thank you Luke! Your comments were VERY helpful!
I changed a few things, does it look better?
I liked it! It's a "short" hub, but it's not much of a problem with me! I liked that you went straight to the point by explaining the type of jerks that exist around us and how to identify them. It seems like an interesting book as well.
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