Author Jordan Rivers Helps Self-Published Children’s Authors Expand Reach and Credibility Through Creative Reviews
While the artistry of entrepreneurialism is certainly an accomplishment for anyone, being an author is very similar to running your own business. With the product being your own writing, you grow comfortable in your craft and begin publishing your work. It’s essential to build your credibility with amazing reviews. Of course, it’s imperative to write a piece that is worthy of praise, but building integrity amongst your readers encourages new people to join in with turning the pages as well.
More often than not, self-published authors have a difficult time reaching their audience and are unable to share their wonderful work with those who would best relate to the content in their books. Author and screenwriter Jordan Rivers has taken note over the years of this particular narrative and how it has affected the Black community. While her career has had many milestones and accomplishments throughout the years, she wanted to place focus on assisting other back authors and get them the recognition they deserve in their craft. Instead of creating a one-stop solution, she opted to curate a non-profit that allows access to a free marketing tool to help them build an audience and be showcased accordingly for their work.
In the writing industry, it can be challenging to get seen and build a foundation that cultivates a community of readers. As its own form of unique criticism, reviews can provide excellent visibility and amplify your reach to your targeted audience. A good amount of positive feedback on a particular book can change its trajectory of sales and even the future of an author’s career. With this understanding, Jordan Rivers aims to shift this for BIPOC authors in an effort to encourage readers to Turn the Pages on the incredible stories they share. Through genuine customized video book reviews, Rivers is changing the way we choose books to benefit both the author and the reader. By taking part in Turn the Pages, authors have the opportunity to get noticed and be respected in their fields. Now more than ever, representation is vital, especially when it comes to children’s literature. The impact authors have on the Black community is pivotal, and these books tell necessary stories that can influence bravery, future entrepreneurship, self-love, and so much more.
For many emerging authors, Turn the Pages is a great form of literary criticism that allows listeners to digest the different plots and summaries, making it easy to decide if this book is right for you. Naturally, after getting to the end of a fantastic book, readers are even more inclined to leave a terrific review and generate buzz. By sharing your thoughts, other like-minded individuals are able to discover this great book while also helping the author. This is done all by just providing feedback. More feedback equals more sales and ultimately more informed readers who’ve gained an experience digesting a new piece of literature.
In addition, literature written by Black authors accurately depicts Black people in everyday experiences. Compared to other races, being able to relate to the characters in your book holds a substantial amount of weight for Black children. Having a plethora of options to choose from is what encourages reading and essentially the necessary vocabulary skills needed to excel academically. Best of all, these unique book reviews will also come with projects and critical thinking tools that will align with the educational curriculum based on that book’s reading level. Turn the Pages wants nothing more than for authors and readers to reach their fullest potential and make strides in reading.
For more information on Turn the Pages and to include your book in this transformational opportunity, please visit www.turnthepages.org/ and be sure to follow Jordan Rivers on her journey on her social media pages instagram.com/turnthepages.org_chitown/ and https://www.facebook.com/turnthepages.changeyourlife
Contact: Jordan Rivers, 708-627-1889 or firstname.lastname@example.org