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Reviews are an important part of both writing and reading and are used not only to offer praise and constructive criticism, but can also assist writers to improve their work from which we all ultimately benefit.

Writing a sensible, intelligent review however, can be as demanding as writing the story itself and requires the use of certain guides and rules of etiquette.

This guide will help you to avoid the pitfalls of review writing and ensure that you do not inadvertently blacklist and make a complete fool of yourself, literally.

A must for all serious writers and readers.

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