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How to help an Author in Minutes

If you read Passport Control, White Zion, or No Entry, please leave a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads. 

It can be one line. It's tremendously helpful for all authors for people to leave reviews because people are naturally attracted to what others recommend. 

Here are some of my ideas for a one line review

 I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys (fill in with something you liked the most such as: Jewish history, a coming of age story, learning about other places). 

I enjoyed (title of book). You will enjoy/like/love this book. 

This was a beautiful story.

I really related to (title of book).

This book made me laugh/cry.

I stayed up all night reading (name of book). 

The characters in this book were compelling/fascinating/endearing.

The unexpected ending was great.

Well done! This story was a fresh twist.

One of the best novels I've read in a long time. 

Loved this and can't wait for the next one.

I got swept away in this book. 

I learned so much from this book about ....


Authors are grateful for readers who leave reviews and it only takes a few minutes.

Or you can take a quotation as I've done in this accompanying photo "The view was dazzling" and mention how much you enjoyed the writing or how that line pulled you in. 

Thanks in advance!



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