Festival of Words : Book Review

I’m sure you’ve got your book reviews all ready to post today, Day 4.

If you haven’t posted already, let me tell you that the book you’re writing about need not be something that’s on the best-seller list or one that’s recently hit the stands. Review a book you love and add your book review post link to the linky below.

Now for a suggestion from Shailaja Vishwanath, a member of the Write Tribe Facebook group:
Some of us are suffering from fatigue or guilt or both because we can’t read all the posts linked for the Festival. Here’s something I learned when I attempted the NaBloPoMo last November. Visit all the blogs that are linked in the row your link is in. Then visit a few in the column. And if you have time, visit a few more. No tension. No guilt. Only enjoyment.

So cool no? We’re like that only! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Now for tomorrow’s suggestion – Day 5share an inspiring story/ a personal experience that will inspire.

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25 Thoughts

  1. Hi ,
    Given the fact , that I am still learning to blog, it’s too early for me to write a book review.
    But it would break my heart, not to participate today, so I wrote about a book I love and my attached emotions.

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  3. Thanks for solving one of the biggest mystery. Picking up blogs to read was never easier. Done with my row and column, now off to titles that sound interesting.

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  4. Just posted my link, now off to party with other reviews ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for the tip Shailaja. That’s a very practical tip. However, I feel we can always visit the omitted links later, if not now and shower some much needed love ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  5. Hi ma’am it’s not that I’m new in blogging but in recent time I haven’t read any book. So no post from my side today, but I’m going to grab this golden opportunity and will spend my time on reading others post. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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