Book Blogger Insider Tag

This tag seems awesome. You’ll be able to get an inside look into the depths of my soul  how I run my blog! The questions are really clever too and the posts I’ve read of other people doing this tag has been really awesome and insightful! This tag was originally created by Jamie @ A Little Slice of Jamie!

Where do you typically write your blog posts?

So many places haha. If I don’t want to get my laptop out, I’ll write at the family desktop! If that computer is taken or I don’t feel like sitting there, I’ll get my laptop out. I’ll either write at the desktop table (I’m actually there right now), my room, in my parent’s room, in my dad’s office. Basically wherever I feel comfortable in that moment!


How long does it generally take you to write a book review?

It depends. I would say anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour. Sometimes I have to sit there/procrastinate writing to come up with the right words and sometimes I can just spit the whole review out. It also depends on the book that I’m writing the review for!


When did you start your book blog?

I pretty sure it was summer of 2017. Though, I didn’t really kick my blogging into high gear until the summer of 2018!


What is the worst thing about having a book blog in your opinion?

Comparing myself to other bloggers. I’ll look at and read other people’s posts and I seem so awkward and lacking in comparison. It’s something I’m working on and I’m learning to take pride in what I do because it’s mine and I’m doing my best!


What is the best thing about having a book blog in your opinion?

EVERYBODY IS SO NICE! The comments I get on my posts are always so nice and so loving! Everybody is so supportive of each other’s blogs and it’s amazing to see.


What blog post have you had the most fun writing so far?

I love writing my tbr posts, even though I rarely stick to them haha. Also, my post for the Enchantée blog tour was super awesome to put together (though I did have some trouble with formatting).


What is your favorite type of blog post to write?

My reviews! My blog isn’t overflowing with them, since I am a slower reader, but I do really enjoy writing them.


When do you typically write?

On the weekdays, it’s usually around 2:30 – 3:00 when I’ve finished school and my after school routine! On the weekends, I could write a post at any time of the day, depending on my schedule.


Do you review every book you read?

Since I’ve kicked my blogging into high gear, yes! I really enjoy writing reviews and it’s fun for me, so I write them!


How do you write your book reviews? With a cup of coffee or tea? With Netflix? Cuddled with your fur baby?

I can’t really write reviews while doing anything other than writing them. My focus will shift too much. Though, I’ll listen to an audiobook or watch a show when I’m polishing it off (adding a picture, links, etc.).


When do you write your book reviews? Right after finishing the book? Two weeks after finishing the book?

As soon as I can. If I wait too long, details will sort of seep out of my head and my review won’t be as thorough or as concise as I would like!


How often do you post?

I post once a day! My posts tend to be shorter, so that’s how I’m able to get posts up haha. Though, coming up with ideas has been harder for me, so I might change up my schedule!


This was a fun tag and now you know most of my secrets when it comes to my blog haha. I think it’s cool to get an inside look into what goes into running a blog!

Thank you for reading!

2 thoughts on “Book Blogger Insider Tag

  1. I agree with so many of your answers! Book bloggers are so nice, helpful, and welcoming of new bloggers 🙂 But I also agree that it’s hard to not compare yourself to other bloggers sometimes. But everyone blogs at their own pace, and in different styles!

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