The Art of Assessment is a complete guide to the review process, from how to write good reviews, how to use interviews to add depth to your reviews, obtaining review copies, marketing your reviews, and plenty of examples and references to help you become a working reviewer.
Welcome to the world of consumerism.
There are a lot of things to buy. Advertisers want your money. Authors want you to read their books. Film-makers want you to see their films. Music publishers want you to buy their CDs. The consumer needs reviews to help them choose where to spend their hard earned money. The advertiser need reviews to help the consumer choose their products.
Everything for sale is open to review, and reviews are in hot demand. The combination of free review material, and the opportunity to get paid for your opinions has made reviewing a very sought after career option. However it isn't as easy to write a good review as it looks. The Art of Assessment: How to Review Anything addresses this market niche, and provides an immediately available, and easy to read guide available in .pdf form directly from this site.
If you love to read, listen to music, attend concerts, go to restaurants, or have children, and can write, you can become a reviewer, and earn money while getting lots of free review material. If you've always wanted to be a reviewer, but didn't know where to start, The Art of Assessment is the best, and only guide you need. If you are already a reviewer, The Art of Assessment will help you hone your craft, discover new niches for your work, and venues for expanding your profession.