Book Blogger Insider Tag

Tag Thursday
NaBloPoMo 2016 #17

Rules:

  1. Answer the questions below
  2. Credit the creator: Jamie @ A Little Slice of Jamie
  3. Tag at least 5 people
  4. Have fun!

1.Where do you typically write your blog posts?

Where ever I am when I have the time and inspiration to write. This typically is somewhere at school, usually the Student Union (where I eat most of my meals) or the library. When I’m not at school I’m usually in my bedroom, my bed is a bunk with a couch on the bottom, so that’s where you can find me.

2.How long does it generally take you to write a book review?

It really depends on a lot of things. Sometimes I get reviews written in just a few minutes (mainly on books I was really passionate about, either I have a lot of good to say or a lot of bad), and

3.When did you start your book blog?

I started it on October 5th of 2015 to document my adventures in writing last year’s NaNoWriMo (which I probably will not be doing this year, unfortunately. I’ll have a post up once I decide).

I posted a One-Year Blogiversay Post a few weeks ago, if you’d like to see it.

4.What is the worst thing about having a book blog in your opinion?

I think the worst thing is trying to get people to comment on reviews. I don’t always read the ‘popular’ books and I feel like sometimes that makes it hard to get an auidence. I also worry about scaring people off because I post a lot thats not just books, like the comics, games, and movies I review for Media Monday.

5.What is the best thing about having a book blog in your opinion?

The community. As a kid I never had a lot of bookish friends, so its such a novelty (see what I did there?) to think that there are so many people who want to talk about books as much as I do.

6.What blog post have you had the most fun writing so far?

Oh goodness! I’ve written so many!! Probably something from NaNoWriMo!

7.What is your favorite type of blog post to write?

I really love doing random, insane stuff that’s not really related to anything. Like tags that ask silly questions, or ‘A Day in the Life’ kind of things.

8.When do you typically write?

Whenever I have time is a recurring theme, so I won’t say much more. Its usually either middle of the afternoon (ie: when I’m done with class, but not ready to go home), or late at night once my school work is done.

9.Do you review every book you read?

That was definately the idea, but it just didn’t happen as intended. I review most things that I read, but not all of them by any means. Particularly if I don’t finish a book, I don’t feel qualified to review it (and I don’t like reviewing things I didn’t like, because I try to stay positive).

10.How do you write your book reviews? With a cup of coffee or tea? With Netflix? Cuddled with your fur baby?

Once again, this is just ‘whenever and where ever I have the time and motivation.’ Like right now I’m typing in the student union, while eating lunch and wearing a Scarlet Witch costume.

11.When do you write your book reviews? Right after finishing the book? Two weeks after finishing the book?

As soon as possible after I read it, however, it sometimes takes a little while for me to have time. During breaks I review as soon as I’m done, most of the time, and sometimes I start the review as I’m reading, either by posting progress updates on goodreads, or by

12.How often do you post?

I try to post at least once a week, but that doesn’t always happen, because I am a pretty busy girl.

13. Tagging

Misty Prose

Book Slayer Reads

Meghan M Blogs

A Universe for Books

One Bookish Girl

Book Huntress World

All of you are welcome to do the tag and say I tagged you! And if you’ve done it already, or when you do, please leave a link below so I can check it out!!!

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