review |rəˈvyo͞o| verb [with object]
1 examine or assess (something) formally
• write a critical appraisal of (a book, play, movie, etc.) for publication in a newspaper or magazine
• survey or evaluate (a subject or past events)
If you want to be the next one to #WearTheRooster, you will need to write and publish a review of House of Living Stones and/or The Choir Immortal on one or more of the following platforms:
Concordia Publishing House’s website:
If you have already written and published a review on one of these sites, never fear. Your already-published reviews still count as submissions. However, if you want to up your chances of winning, write a completely new review and publish it on a different site. Multiple entries (of different material) will be considered, as well.
What’s the criteria for winning? Simply, please the author’s parents. That’s right, Bob and Cindy Roley will be choosing their favorite reviews–one for each book–on behalf of their daughter. I happen to know that one of them is highly influenced by humor, the other by sincerity.
Happy reviewing, and be sure to post your “critical appraisals” by Friday, May 19th!