Today it seems pretty much anyone can be a book reviewer.

Be a Book Reviewer in 6 Easy Steps- For PAY!

Copyright law allows "fair use" of small parts of copyrighted works without the permission of the author. If the reproduction is for the purpose of criticism, news reporting, teaching, or research it is more likely to be fair use than if it is copied for commercial purposes. It is difficult to make this determination in advance, however. An example of fair use would be a book reviewer quoting a few lines from a book in an online book review.

 Just remember one thing: there is no wrong way to be a book reviewer.

It’s easy. You only need to create an account, and Once you created your account you can check your email to validate the account and start to write a book review. We have many genres and you are sure to find one you like. You’ll be a book reviewer extraordinaire in no time.


Become a Book Reviewer - Bookkus Publishing

Additionally, Hummel was personally requested to be a book reviewer for the  where she has reviewed several books.

Bookkus is experimental. We’re a new step in publishing. We change how books are reviewed and how these get into the hands of readers. When you become a book reviewer with us, not only does your review get read, it changes a book, it could change someone’s future. Your review will matter. It won’t be just another drop in the sea of reviews. You drive the choices we make. Your review may change the lives of the author, the reader, and publishing. Authors learn from you. Readers will see their name (in the book). Publishers…well…honestly…will probably not think of you that often, but you may remind them how important you are.


Voskamp’s invitation came just a day after I reviewed her book . I have a long history of reviewing books at this site. I didn’t set out to be a book reviewer—it just kind of happened. I love to read and I love to analyze what I’ve read. From there it is just a short step to put those thoughts into pixels and to post them for the world to see. I’ve done this five or six hundred times over the years, reviewing the good, the bad and the ugly of Christian publishing.