Reviews at least for me are one of the hardest types of blog posts to write. Give me a reason or subject to rant about and I will type and type and type but when it comes time to write an actual book review I often stare at the screen drooling with a dumb, lost… Continue reading Why are reviews unpopular as blog posts?? #BookBlogger #BookBloggers #Blogger #Bloggers #Blog
I saw a fantastic blog post on this exact subject a few months back on the My Peacock Books blog. Due to some of the contact I've recently received on my own blog, it got me thinking about the reasons why we decline and so, I decided to broach the topic myself and write my… Continue reading Reasons why a blogger declines your review request and doesn’t want you on their blog. #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Bloggers #Blogger #Authors #BlogPost
On occasion, I see posts on FB and Twitter about bloggers being misleading by only posting positive reviews on their blogs. The general consensus seems to range from ‘they are only posting positive reviews to get more free books’ to ‘they are being positive to try and be popular’ through to ‘surely they can’t love… Continue reading It’s OK to just share the book love. #BookBloggers #bookBlogger #books #blogger
Happy Sunday my treasured and most wonderful readers of this post, remember to be excellent to each other! On Friday I posted a post called TTBG's Authorgate which yeah, it has 'author' in the title. So, you guessed right! It was about an issue with an author. In it, I alluded to 'genre discrimination' and… Continue reading Is there any such thing as genre discrimination?
When I get a review request I usually just ignore it, or like Broken Matt Hardy I delete, delete, delete. Some of you I know do the same and some will think that it's rude and they will reply to each and every request from any author. That's all good, it's your own choice, neither… Continue reading TTBG’s: Authorgate