Do you review all the books you read? If not, about how many reviews do you write compared to the books you read? If you don't review a book, why not? Is it because you didn't like the book? Or is it just a time issue?
I've been reading an average of almost a book a day since January, and I'm definitely not writing a review for each book I read. Sometimes I feel guilty about it because I feel like if I read a book, I should review it. But then I'll tell myself that I'm writing a lot of reviews and so if I don't review every single book, that's fine. And for me, there's no reason for it. There are books I absolutely loved that I didn't review, like Lola and the Boy Next Door.
One thing I have done that's helped is to write mini-reviews. I'll group books together that I've read, either by the same author or in the same genre. I posted one today for all three Kody Keplinger novels, and I just drafted one that I will post in the next few weeks about novels set on a college campus. They're about one paragraph each and just hit the highlights. Sometimes I think that might be better than writing a full-blown review anyway (I wonder if people actually like reading the really long reviews?).
Anyway, I'm just curious about whether you review all of the books you read (and hopefully the answer is no so I don't feel guilty!)
Posted by: Pam