The Book Blogger Insider Tag

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

1. Where do you typically write your blog posts?
I find I write better on an evening or on a night, so 99% of the time it's when I'm lying in bed. I find it really hard to write when there's a lot going on around me, so it's pretty much always when I'm at home.

2. How long does it generally take you to write a book review?
I'm a slow writer (and easily distracted), so perhaps an hour, maybe two? I'm not sure if this is quick or slow compared to other people, but it's taking the photos that REALLY slow me down as I'm at work all day and there is no natural light when I get home!

3. When did you start your book blog?
I've been blogging on and off for 6 years now, but only really transitioned into a book blog around March/April of this year.

4. What is the worst thing about having a book blog in your opinion?
Finding the time to write up posts and take blog photos! I always think my writing could be so much better and my photos be so much prettier if I had a little extra time to put into it!

5. What is the best thing about having a book blog in your opinion?
As cliche as it sounds, it's definitely talking to other book bloggers. I've met a few people in the short time I've been part of the book blogging community and everyone is so kind!

6. What blog post have you had the most fun writing so far?
Most definitely my In-Depth Bookshelf Tour 2019 blog post - it was by far the most challenging and took the longest, but I loved writing it!

7. What is your favourite blog post to write?
Definitely reviews of books I have loved. I love raving about books and hopefully encouraging others to give it a go!

8. When do you typically write?
I pretty much answered this in question 1, but it's almost always on an evening/night, or when I've got a bit of spare time on a weekend. Having a toddler and a full-time job isn't always easy to read books, let alone read books and write up blog posts!

9. Do you review EVERY book you read?
Since I transitioned by blog into a book blog, I have managed to review every book I have read, which I'm pretty proud of, and I hope to continue doing so!

10. How do you write your reviews? With a cup of coffee or tea? With Netflix? Cuddled with your fur baby?
I always have something on the TV in the background, but it can't be anything TOO enthralling otherwise I'd easily get distracted. Typically it's Friends, which I've seen a million times and doesn't distract me too much!

11. When do you write your reviews? Right after finishing the book? Or two weeks after finishing the book?
I usually try to write them straight away, as I'm the type of person who forgets what happened after a couple of weeks. I'm trying my hardest to write notes in my phone as I'm reading, especially if it's something I know I particularly want to mention.

12. How often do you post?
I try to post at least once a week but there is honestly no consistency to when I post - sometimes it's every 10 days, other times it's 3 times a week!

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