Tuesday, 27 November 2018

TMST


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November 27th: Do You Procrastinate Writing Reviews?

No, not really. I have to write them as fast as possible to catch the feelings in my brain and heart. Now I usually end up waiting a day (not that I want to),  but for lack of time. But on a good day I finish a book and write it that evening :)

Wow...this was short.


S meeting someone she has seen on telly and we ending up in the paper ;)


26 comments:

  1. Years and years ago when I reviewed, it had to be done right away. Then I started reviewing for 3 different sites, plus I was reading for fun. You can imagine that my worlds began to spin out of control(lol) My reviews started getting further and further apart, and sometimes I couldn't find my notes(lol) Now I strictly do interviews so I stay out of trouble. Hugs...RO

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    1. Interviews are more work in my opinion :D I could not do it. I will stick with my reviews, lol

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  2. I'm not sure procrastinate is the right word but sometimes it does take me a little while to find time to write something up.

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    1. It's more with other things online I procrastinate

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  3. I'm like you Blodeuedd I've got to write it right then, my memory isn't what it use to be.

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  4. I do it as soon as possible because I have a really bad memory

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  5. It's a good policy to write your review right away but not always a doable option so yeah, I sometimes procrastinate. Your daughter is adorable btw!

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  6. OH! SO CUTE!! Love the photo.

    I usually take a lot of notes when reading, so even if I review a week or three later, I have most of the info right there. But sometimes I finish a book and have to write the review for the next day! OOPS!

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    1. She always does this dance when she see the figure :)

      I so can not take notes. But yes that would sure make it easier

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  7. Aww that picture is so cute.
    I usually take notes while I'm reading the book so I don't forget anything I wanted to add to the review.

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  8. I usually write my reviews the next day because I am always finishing books at night before bed, I try not to let them pile up. Last week I did and I have to write seven this week, I have three left to do.

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  9. Sometimes I feel like procrastinating, but given the volume I read, I know if I slack I will just fall even more behind!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. I hate when I suddenly have 3 to do. It happens when I finish a print and audio and then finish another audio before those earlier are written

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  10. I often wait weeks to write my review. It's not the best way to do things. Thanks for sharing the picture!

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  11. I write mine either that day or within the next few days so I don't forget how I felt even if I remember the facts I want to put in the review.

    Oh cute pic of the kiddo being a fangirl. :)

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  12. I have to write mine pretty straight away, like yourself I want to strike while the book is "still with me".

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    1. Even 2 days after those first feelings are gone for me

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  13. I try to write within a 24 hour window!
    And the newspaper???? SO COOL!

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