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Book Description

Publication Date: March 22, 2014

Why write a book about writing book reviews? The answer is self-evident. There is no one book that can completely and adequately cover this broad topic, no matter how comprehensive such a book might be. The wide diversity, and individuality, of readers and reviewers alike, make writing book reviews a highly personal activity. Scott Berkun said, “We read for different reasons, but we often write reviews as if everyone in the world is just like us.” This book will take the position that a well-written book review, positive or negative, will ultimately be helpful to a majority of people. The aim of this book is to help readers to write helpful book reviews, using an inductive, analysis-driven approach to get there.

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About profesorbaker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He is the Coordinator of the English Department at Colegio Internacional SEK in Santiago, Chile. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Organiser of EdCamp Santiago 2012 & Edcamp Chile 2013, free, participant-driven, democratic, conversation based professional development for teachers, by teachers. EdCamp Santiago 2012 was held at Universidad Mayor in Santiago. Edcamp Chile 2013 was held at Universidad UCINF. Thomas is also a member of the Advisory Board for the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL), where he also serves as a reviewer and as the HETL Ambassador for Chile. Thomas enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. Thus far, he has written the following genres: romance, historical fiction, autobiographical, sports history/biography, and English Language Teaching. He has published a total of sixty one (61) books, all available on Amazon . The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family, his wife Gabriela, and his son, Thomas Jerome Baker, Jr.
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