Answers to April Fool’s Day Quotables…and a better answer to your question…
April Fool’s Day Quotables, Unscrambled:
No April foolin’, they’re listed correctly now:
“The love of a single heart can make a world of difference.” Immaculee Ilibagiza
“I wonder if a soldier ever does mend a bullet hole in his coat?” Clara Barton
“Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy.” Albert Einstein
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” Maya Angelou
“Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.” Abraham Lincoln
A better answer to your question: How to post a book review on Amazon and Goodreads
Some readers have told me they tried to post a review for Soldier’s Heart or Sandpaper Sisters and they were not able to figure out how to do it. I totally understand. Someone had to guide me through the process the first time.
Amazon notes that you must have made at least one purchase of any type of product through Amazon before posting a review and there is a 48 hour waiting period after that purchase. However you don’t need to have purchased the book you are reviewing.
Here are Amazon’s instructions for posting reviews:
1. Go to the product detail page for the item on Amazon.com. For Soldier’s Heart’s product page, go to:
2. Scroll Down to the Customer Reviews section.
3. Click on Write a customer review.
4. Click Submit.
Here are Goodreads’ instructions for posting reviews:
1. Navigate to the book’s page. For the Soldier’s Heart page on Goodreads go to:
- Underneath the book’s profile picture on the top left, rate the book using the stars.
- The “want to read” button will automatically be replaced with a “write a review” link. Click that link.
- Write your review in the review box that will appear and save.
Please note that you have to be a Goodreads member to write a review.
That’s it! I’ve enjoyed posting reviews for books I love. It’s fun. And after you’ve done it once, it’s easy, too.
Here’s to Spring weather and good reading,