by Rana Asfour
A review is really just a fancy term we use to describe the act of telling people whether we like something or not. Writing a review can seem scary or hard at first but the more your practice, the better you become and soon you’ll realise that it can be real fun too.
Reviews can be as simple or as elaborate, as short or as long as you like, but the main thing to keep in mind is that any review should be clear, accurate, with emphasis on constructive criticism. Refrain from using bad language or insulting terms and remember that any work you choose to discuss is the product of someone’s long hours and hard work.
Here are a few tips to set you on your way:
Here are questions to help you while reviewing a book. Try to answer them as accurately as you can without giving too much away. Keep the suspense.
This article first published in Mintaad.com