Sunday, January 20, 2013

Book Buzzers What We Want To See In Reviews

Hello!! Welcome to Book Buzzers! This is a fun vlogging group that I am part of where we have a different topic each week that we all discuss on our designated days! Check out the rest of the team.

Monday: Jenni @Alluring Reads
Tuesday: Emily from @Doodle's Book Blog
Wednesday: Evie from @Evie Bookish
Thursday: Justin from @Justin's Book Blog
Friday: Tiffany from @Escaping One Book At A Time
Saturday: Jessirae from @Words, Pages, And Books
Sunday: Amy from @Book Loving Mom (That's me!)

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This weeks topic is:
What We Want To See (or not) In Reviews 

Well there's my thoughts, what do you like to see or not see in reviews. Let me know in the comments. And as always feel free to suggest a topic you want to hear us talk about.


  1. For me, I want to see a blogger doing what they love. When I see their passion, I love it.


    1. Yes, I love to see personality in reviews.

  2. I'm with Val. I think each blogger is entitled to review however they like, as long as they love doing it. What I don't like to see is hatefulness. If a review is mean or hateful, I probably won't visit the blog on any sort of regular basis.

    1. I agree, there's a big difference between a negative review and a mean review.

  3. I like bloggers and blogs that have flare. Super-long reviews definitely turn me away. If someone loves a book I want to know why, the same with if they dislike it.

    1. I tend to start skimming if a review is too long unless it's a blog I visit regularly. I feel like they are writing a book about the book which is so not necessary. Lol!!


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