Did you know book reviews directly influence the sale of books? That's why it's so important to get reviews. However, as an author, getting reviews are easier said than done.
I've asked friends, family, work acquaintances, classmates, picture book bloggers, and the list goes on and on.
Many have taken the time to read Maggie and the Summer Vacation Show-and-Tell and post an Amazon review. And for that, I'm sincerely honored and grateful.
So, dear followers. Please leave a comment or email Rlmrvos@gmail.com and request a free copy of Maggie. One or two sentences is all you'd need to write.
Some people are not sure what to say and that holds them back. Have no fears. It's easy: write if you liked (or disliked) the story, the themes, or the illustrations. Write about the discussion guide or Charlie's story which appears at the end of the book. Write if you think kids will like the book.
It can't be stressed enough the value of reviews, and for this reason, this blog post will be published on the Children's Writer's World Blog, too. This message bears repeating.
I urge you to reach out, not only to me but to other authors. Write a review. The instructions are easy and can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201145120
Please know that your words are important. Even a few words can make a huge difference.