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Who' s writing these book reviews? - Lee French
Seems that many do not know how the whole thing works with reviewing books these few working day. In the past, it was easy: a fistful of goalkeeper professionals said something about every new bestseller textbook, and we all just ignored it and went to the bookshop or reading room to find something that was covered and blurred.
or someone else on a chat show. Nowadays, anyone with a computer can just as easily open a books - or anything else. Like anything else on the web, critics usually come in different classes. Professionals. Those folks write books to make a livelihood.
Payments are made for their duration and do not ensure a favourable evaluation. The majority of these individuals have a good level of dignity because their living is dependent on their reputations. Your comments will appear in the Editorial Review section for a work and may or may not contain a comment. Semi-professionals.
People like me who don't get charged to post comments, but publish them in a way that goes beyond mere publication on a selling site like Amazon. Usually the quasi-professional writes relatively often about books and publishes them in a blogs and/or on one or more online and offline photo albums.
Most of their responses are produced on demand against a free copy of the work, even if they sometimes buy books. There is no change of ownership between a quasi-professional and an author/publisher, just a work. They' re folks who spend a great deal of time reading and writing press releases without publishing them elsewhere.
Usually they buy their books, often go to the bookshop and/or find them on free time. They are''normal'' persons who want to divide how great or terrible the books they meet are. All authors, no difference how many books they have written and how long they have been publishing, have at least a few handfuls of readers who like to give a good feedback, even if they hate it.
Appraisers who have been called in. One such individual will take funds directly from an author/publisher and produce a 4 or 5 stars rating. After reading the work at all, they probably selected some headlines and ignored the remainder to have enough details to make the reviews credible. It is a policy against all big booksellers (Internet or others), for apparent reason.
People like to buy and buy a few books a year and if you really use their imagination or (more likely) tick them off, they do a quick check. The majority of books are glued to books that are already popular: such books are easily found and discussed with others. Everybody comes across books they don't like for one or the other reasons.
But some critics don't mind writing about them, others do. Reviewer gives a 1 or 2 stars rating for no obvious purpose or provides grounds that are not valuable, are not truthful or refer to the writer instead of the work. Usually this happens when an writer, editor, fan or friends or relatives has a particular issue with the writer for whom they wrote the comment.