The Book Blogger Insider Tag

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(Graphic isn’t mine, I give credit to Louise, who is the creator.)

Hi everyone!๐Ÿ˜Š

Louise @ geniereadsย has tagged me to take on the Book Blogger Insider Tag. Thanks so much, Louise!๐Ÿ’ž Her blog is awesome, so those who aren’t following her are really missing out! This tag was originally created by the amazing Jamie @ A Little Slice of Jamie.

Here are the rules:

  1. Answer the questions
  2. Credit the creator
  3. Tag 5 people
  4. Have fun!

So let’s get started!

Where do you typically write your blog posts?

Stealing Louise’s answer, on my laptop (duh)! But more specifically, I mostly write them in my bedroom at home. I use quite a bit of images including book covers in my posts, so I find it a bit hard to save and upload them all on my iPad or phone.

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

Hmm… it depends on the book and how much I have to say about it! It usually takes about 15 minutes to a half hour, I guess, not counting the editing process, which takes about 5-10 minutes.

When didย you start your blog?

I started my blog on April 10th, 2016๐Ÿ˜Š, which means that my 6-month mark is coming up!๐ŸŽ‰

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

I would probably have to say timing. Lately, I’ve been working on that by writing all my upcoming blog posts on the weekend, but because of school and other factors, I can’t always be super active and post every day!๐Ÿ˜–(As much as I totally want to๐Ÿ˜)

What is the best thing about having a bookย blog, in your opinion?

Ughhhhhhh!๐Ÿ˜–Too many things. Anyway, feel free to check out this post to see all my answers!๐Ÿ’ž

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

I’d have to say any of my book hauls. As much as I love reading/viewing them, I also love rounding up all the books I got my hands on at the end of each month!

When do youย typically write?

Most of my blog posts these days are written on weekends, but I will write some during the week if I have time.

Do you review every book you read?

Nope!๐Ÿ˜‚Especially sequels. I have a goal I recently made to try to review every book I read, but with time constraints and how much I read (which is A LOT๐Ÿ‘), it’s often not possible. Basically, if I don’t have much to say about a book, then I won’t review it, unless it’s an ARC.

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

Just like Louise, I don’t have a special way of writing them, but I do like to sit somewhere comfortable with my laptop, like on my bed.

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

I normally try to write them as soon as possible, though it may take me a couple days after finishing to gather my thoughts about a book and see what sticks out in my head.

Howย often do you post?

I strive to post every day, Iย reallyย do. Depending on how busy I am and how many ideas I have, you will at least see a new post from me every two days, and almost never more.

I tag…

  1. Ali @ Devouring Books and Lattes
  2. Floriane @ Flowless Books
  3. Jane @ greenish bookshelf
  4. Pleasure of Reading
  5. Brigitte @ The Book and The Bone

As per usual, you don’t have to participate if you don’t want to! It’s completely fine with me๐Ÿ‘.

So tell me, what would your answers be to these questions? Do YOU review every book you read? Tell me in the comments below.

Au revoir!๐Ÿ’œ

12 thoughts on “The Book Blogger Insider Tag

  1. bookreviews5blog says:

    I only review books I have strong opinions about so if it was really good/really bad or covered important topics that I think need talking about๐Ÿ˜Š

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  2. ChicNerdReads says:

    I completely understand you with work and being active. Sometimes I feel crappy because like you, I schedule post on the weekends but then it’s hard for me to check other blogs out during the week cause literally work drives me crazy. I need to work on balance. I completely get you on the not posting a review for every single book. Sometimes there’s just not much to say!

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