Updated: Mar 12
If you haven't heard of the ISFAB competition, it's okay. I'm not going to judge you, but to catch up, hop over and read the first blog here. I'll wait...
Ready, babe? Good. Here we go!
20 judges vs. 100 books
I love behind-the-scenes information and all the details that follow. While the authors are an amazing group, so must be the judges.
It's a difficult job to do, to say the least. Although I will be reading and reviewing the books as well, I don't have the pressure of deciding a winner.
I asked all the judges the same 5 questions, and as I hoped I received different answers from everyone.
I will be posting new blogs to introduce you to all the judges, the last post being the FINAL FOUR. No, not that final four.. The final four judges.
Are you ready to meet some judges? Well, ready or not here are the first three!
Meet the Judges
Cherish Kasner Hi Everybody! My name is Cherish. I have been a beta reader, arc reader, and reviewer for a few years now. I have helped with editing and making suggestions. I leave reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, and Bookbub. I have 3 children and I work in a preschool as an associate for children with behavioral disabilities. I am a preliminary judge. I'm very excited to get this chance and to be a judge!
Q: Do you keep a book review journal?
A: I hadn't been keeping a book review journal but I just started one. I usually just leave reviews on Amazon, Goodreads and Bookbub.
Q: Is this the first time you have been a judge for a contest?
A: This is the first time I have been a judge for a