Ok, so I admit it’s not been that long really. Just over a month, maybe? But to someone who hasn’t taken a break in all her three years of blogging, it’s feels…weird. And I don’t like it.
It can’t just be me that really appreciates it when a book title is just SO GOOD.
Whether it’s one of those that catches your attention, or makes no sense, or just feels really good to say, there’s always those title that you just think “YES. I LIKE YOU.”
Or…at least there is for me.
So come on, let’s have some title appreciation!
It’s Wednesday, and we all know what that means…another discussion kinda post!
You’d think by now I’d have figured out how to start these posts. Every other post I’m relatively OK with, but discussions? Nope.
Now. I’m pretty sure we can all relate to the fact that reviews…just never seem as popular compared to other blog posts. Right? I honestly get so surprised if one of my reviews has a fair few comments and likes. And it’s understandable. Where reviews only focus on one book and one person’s opinion of it, other posts talk about more books, or just something relating to being a bookworm in general. So, at the best of times, reviews are overlooked.
But does it change depending on the book being reviewed?
Would you read a review of a book you’ve not read…or not heard of?
Honestly, as I’m writing this now I have no idea where I’m going with this discussion. It’s just something that seems to have popped up a lot lately – especially on twitter – so I thought I’d see what you guys think.