#NationalBookLoversDay https://t.co/cocK6kf2rF Writing Book Reviews As An Author https://t.co/Ofuuwmz48w Fractions of Existence https://t.co/5N7FROJrqZ Lumber Of The Kuweakunks— J Lenni Dorner (@JLenniDorner) August 9, 2022
Celebrate by writing reviews, reading an urban fantasy, or solving a short story fantasy mystery
That's my tweet for National Book Lovers Day.
I can't overstress the importance of book reviews to authors. Several bookselling websites use the number of reviews to determine the ranking of a book and author. Not the positive or negative, not the stars earned. ⭐ It's all about how often a book got a reader to put fingers to keys ⌨ and say something, anything at all, about what they just read.
- Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard -- Futuristic Fantasy Sci-fi (Speculative Fiction) [Amazon lists it as a historical romance for reasons I cannot fathom, as the subway scene makes it clear that this story takes place either far in our future or in a multiverse version of Earth, but certainly not in the past. 🤦🏽♂️]
- Runaway by J.R. Vincente -- Erotic Choose Your Own Adventure novel.
- Fragile Remedy by Maria Ingrande Mora -- LGBTQIA+ Genetic Engineering SciFi Fantasy (Speculative Fiction)
- Magic at Midnight by Ronel Janse van Vuuren -- LGBTQIA+ Dark Fairytale Fantasy
- Self-Help 101 or: How I Learned to Take Over the World Through Tolerating My Family by L.G. Keltner -- YA Holiday Humor Romance
What books would you recommend to me, based on the ones I just suggested to you?