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Reach thousands of dedicated viewers when your name is listed under the Kudos banner in future Tales2Inspire® Newsletters.

Here’s how:

Write a meaningful mini review (100 words or less) for any of the Tales2Inspire books.

♥ Add a catchy title

♥  Send your mini review to Carolyn Howard-Johnson at, with the following items included: a brief bio (50 words or less), a headshot photo*URLs to links of your choice ( media, blog, website, etc.) and CC a copy to me at: 

♥  Write the words T2I Mini Review contest in the subjet line.

What you get in return:
♥ A beautiful, individually created banner, as pictured above, for all your personal marketing needs
Each month I will list all those who submitted reviews under KUDOS in my Tales2Inspire newsletter. 
Each month Carolyn Howard-Johnson will select one review to post on her Wrtiers Digest award winning blog, TheNewBookReview, with an About the Reviewer section to include the winner’s bio, headshot and preferred links. 
Each month I will feature the reviewer Carolyn selected as mini review contest winner under a separate banner in my Tales2Inspire newsletter. 

♥ We will post selected reviews on Amazon under their Editorial Review section, and that’s a big deal. Here’s why: 

Those Editorial Reviews do something super good for the reviewer! Along with your review, I will include your relevant credentials (i.e. author of . . . , or other pertinent info). And as you already know, Amazon is a great place for wide exposure without costing you a dime!
Note: Amazon no longer counts Editorial Reviews toward the total number of reviews a book receives.

Tips for writing a winning mini-review:

Write a catchy heading for your review in 10 words or less. (HINT: Use strong words for your title as that is what other readers will see first, and sometimes the only part they read. So make it pop!)

Sincerity counts. Give the book the number of stars you think it deserves. (1 is the lowest score, 5 is the highest. A 5-star rating means that you really liked the book, 4 stars means it was very good, 3 stars, just okay, etc. ).   

Answer a few of  questions about this book to help you create your review. (I include Book Discussion Questions at the end of each of my Tales2Inspire books, so check them out as springboards for ideas in composing your review.)                                                        

End your review with your actual name, not a pseudonym.( Readers will take more notice of your words if written by a person with an authentic name.)

Finally, read over your review to correct any errors before submitting it.

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