Tuesday, 6 July 2021

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7/6/2021 How do you approach writing reviews?



I am probably watching something on tv. I open goodreads, check the blurb so I can spell names, and I write a review. Fast and easy. Then, probably not, I might schedule it on my blog. Or a week later when I am all, eeek, must fix this now!



No sweat. No worry. I just write what I feel right then. I try to write one as fast as I can so all those feelings are close by.





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26 comments:

  1. I wish I could do it like that. My brain has to do 100 more steps than yours to push out a review! lol

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  2. you are definitely a seat of your pants reviewer and I love it. Me I write it, change it, change it back, change it, change it back and finally post the original version tweaked a bit. Great TMST question

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    1. Eeek, I just remember that I have forgotten to write one!

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  3. Now that I'm reading more audiobooks, I have to check for all the spellings now to lol

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  4. That's the best way to do it! Keep it stress free.

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  5. I try to write my thoughts down as quickly as possible so I don't forget my feelings

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    1. It's not the same when time has gone by

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  6. Sounds exactly like me! It probably has to be something I've seen on TV though, I need the background noise but if it gets too interesting I get distracted!

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    1. I get distracted a lot, sometimes I just put on something old and still have to watch

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  7. Easy is what I like. I take notes as I'm reading and then write the review after I'm finished reading.

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  8. Yep, I do best when I write my review right after I read so things are fresh. I love your easy approach to writing reviews. Sounds like you don't stress as much as I do about it. Must work too, because your reviews are a lot of fun! :)

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    1. Awwww thanks :D
      Sometimes they are messy though, spelling errors and blank brain and all

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  9. Spelling names is the hardest thing about reviewing audiobooks. I always love your reviews.

    Melanie @ Books of My Heart

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    1. Esp when it comes to fantasy, it can go any way!

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  10. I write mine right after I read 'em :)

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  11. lol!! I always open Goodreads when writing a review cuz I'm paranoid I'll spell a name wrong too!!

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  12. "No sweat. No worry. I just write what I feel right then."
    We're the opposite LOL. I need to check all the boxes when I write a review. It may take me up to 3 days to finish one. And no TV! 😂

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  13. My approach is similar. The sooner I write it the better and I have a general format but from there it's just whatever flows.

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    1. It really is not the same if one wait, all those feelings are not as present

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