Friday, May 22, 2015

Follow Friday 23

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week's question
How do you write your reviews? via
I usually just wing it to be honest. I used to try to write in on paper but that became a pain in the butt. I do pay attention to the five points that I base my rating on. My reviews need a little work though...working on that.


  1. I used to think i winged it, but when I stopped to look I saw that I actually had a pattern to my reviews. I do tend to ramble a bit though! thanks for stopping by on my blog today :)
    Claire @ Book Blog Bird

  2. Thank you so much for your comment and follow! :) Following you right back! :)

  3. I'm such a perfectionist that it takes me a while to think of what to write and then I just hope that I can get it down the way I had it in my head.

    My FF:

  4. I have a few key themes I like to talk about, mostly focusing on the characters, but other than that I kind of just talk about what I thought and felt about the book.
    New google+ follower :)

    Joana @ The Boundless Book List

  5. I never thought I had a set format for my reviews and I use to wing it but I noticed I kind of follow the same pattern. I do feel like I need to work on my reviews too.

    New Follower!
    Tina, The Bookworm

  6. It took me a little while to get my pattern of writing my review down. Thank you for stopping by. :)
    Old follower

  7. I usually write my reviews not too long after finishing a book and I just try to include all my feelings towards it while remaining spoiler-free!

    New GFC follower! :)

  8. I tried the whole paper thing in the beginning, it didn't work for me either!!

    New follower!

  9. Thanks all for following and commenting. I have follow all back. :D

  10. I'm new at writing reviews and I'm still working out a system. So far, I've been relying on creative juices and have also been winging it!

    New Twitter follower! :)