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Rave Reviews Book Club is a virtual book club made up of authors and readers. The reviews of the Book Club members are not necessarily the same as the reviews of the author, Nonnie Jules, and vice versa. We encourage each of you to join, especially if you are an author, as we expect that the books we select to propel the careers and sales of authors. The more members of the club, the more successful and stronger our collective voices will be. For more info on the club, please visit our page.

However, initially we’ll recommend that you look at doing a single review at a time. Once you’ve decided you like reviewing books, then we can look at the possibility of providing you with two or more books at the same time for review purposes.This guide is intended to help Harvard students and faculty find book reviews. Book reviews are published in general/popular magazines (e.g., Newsweek), scholarly journals (e.g., British Journal for the History of Science), and in book review periodicals (New York Review of Books). The reviews may be brief summaries or long scholarly evaluations.Mom Egg Review publishes reviews of recent books of poetry (including chapbooks), fiction and creative prose by mother-writers, with motherhood as a subject, or about women’s experiences and issues. If you are interested in reviewing a book for us or in having your book reviewed, please email us at