Are you interested in becoming a reviewer?
Because we, at #Sacred-Literature, are not only about the creation of literature, we run a book review program. We are looking for dedicated members that will review their favorite books.
While this is contributing to the group, it is not a contributor's position. Any of our members can become a book reviewer. The ones that wish to become a full-time reviewer for SL, their book reviews are placed in the featured gallery.
To participate in our book review program as a full-time reviewer, either send a note to me or comment on this post.
A book review at Sacred Literature is a serious piece of work. We are not talking about book reports. We want to hear your opinion about a book or a piece of writing.
Read the book carefully. Make sure you take notes on what you feel is relevant to the piece and your impressions of the author's ideas (and arguments).
Determine the author's chief themes of the text, the kinds of evidence used, and the way the author uses them.
Check your grammar.
Where do I place my reviews?
There is a folder called: Sacred-Literature Reviews. This folder is the only place where we allow journal entries.
The Iowa Review