By: Writer Victoria Grefer talks about how to write a fantabulous review.
What To Include
1. Is this a genre you normally read?
Or, another example, if a reader only enjoyed mainstream or literary books they might think it was too predictable for words that the murderer was apprehended at the end of your murder mystery, but that's not a legitimate criticism. Sure, it could be a criticism of the genre but to leave the murder unsolved would have readers howling for your blood. (And murder mystery readers are a clever bunch, so you don't want that. ;)
2. Plot summary
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