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Be a Book Reviewer in 2015

Updated on December 14, 2014

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Be a Book Reviewer in the Future

My New Year’s Resolution is to be a Book Reviewer.

Do you read sometime or all the time? If you are like me you are a book addict; you get shivers and chills if you haven’t held a book in more than a day. I love books and I love reading new books. For this I love book reviewers and all they write. Being a book reviewer is important and they earn my respect. My respect is hard to earn by the way.

Now and in the future is the time to be a book reviewer. The world of reviewing has opened to the public and now is your chance to take the bull by the horns and become one of the best book reviews online. This is great because the opportunity to get your hands on books and make some money is greater than ever.

Newspapers no longer control book reviews. You do. You, your friends, your family. Anyone who can write. If you can build a reviewer reputation next year, you will be a book reviewer to be reckoned with. You can change people’s minds and let them know what to read.

The market for book reviews is growing as people look for new sources they can emotionally relate with. If they relate emotionally with you, you can help them choose the books they read. That is right, to be a book reviewer is a great responsibility. It is not something that anyone should take lightly. You actually influence people and should be a book reviewer who is honest.

There is also money to be made if you get a reputation being a book reviewer. That should be a small thought since being a book reviewer is hard and difficult work. Promoting your reviews is also hard work. Not to mention the bombardment of review requests you are sure to get. Money is nice right? So work hard advertise and make some cash. And get those free books.

I’ll be a book reviewer in 2015 because I want to help people make good decisions about books and I want to help the industry. It isn't easy, but I know that if I work hard and dedicate myself I can do it.

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    • Sidewinder6661 profile image

      Leese Wright 

      5 years ago from Manchester, UK

      Good luck with your resolution! Being a book reviewer sounds like fun, but I don't have nearly as much time as I used to have to read :(


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