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Writing a review

This is not the forum to submit your reviews. If you are trying to post a review for the Review Team, please go to the Private Review Team Forum.

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Writing a review

Post Number:#1 by Singer
» 13 Aug 2017, 09:15

I have a problem completing a review of a book I read. After I completed reading, I wrote my review. Upon posting, I get a notification that it is automatically blocked. The error report shows that I have not rated the book as X of 4 yet I have done that in my review in bold as required. What should I do?
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Re: Writing a review

Post Number:#2 by gali
» 13 Aug 2017, 09:19

Singer wrote:I have a problem completing a review of a book I read. After I completed reading, I wrote my review. Upon posting, I get a notification that it is automatically blocked. The error report shows that I have not rated the book as X of 4 yet I have done that in my review in bold as required. What should I do?


You wrote "4 of 4 stars" instead of "4 out of 4 stars". You should submit a new review with the correct format.
In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)
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Re: Writing a review

Post Number:#3 by Singer
» 13 Aug 2017, 09:25

Thanks for the information. Let me try.
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Re: Writing a review

Post Number:#4 by Doreen Joan
» 13 Sep 2017, 03:10

Where should I start writing my review from. I have already finished reading the book.
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Re: Writing a review

Post Number:#5 by gali
» 13 Sep 2017, 03:26

Doreen Joan wrote:Where should I start writing my review from. I have already finished reading the book.


You should update the status of the book on your RT page and then post the review in the Private Review Forum. Please read the info on your RT page as it explains the process.
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Re: Writing a review

Post Number:#6 by Singer
» 13 Sep 2017, 06:00

gali, at one point I had the same problem. I was assisted by others in this forum. First, on the your review team page and make sure you have checked on the tab written, "Yes, I have finished reading the book." Then go to review team forum and you click on the tab written "New post". You can also see on your review team page a navigation written the same words. After that, you write the subject of your review by giving the title and author of the book. Once you have done that, write your review as per the instruction in "Guidelines & Basics". The most important is that you have to rate the book as X out of 4 and make sure it is in bold font. Make sure you preview your review before you submit. Once you are satisfied with the review, submit. You will be navigated to another page where you will need to rate the book again by checking into a given responsive tab.

If you do that, you will be through. Ensure you do your review within seven days after you confirmed that you have finished reading the book. :P
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