And what I have observed on my time off of blogging… I believe this discussion and reflection is very pertinent. Why have so many book bloggers quit after a year or two?What happens? Warning: this is not intended to critic authors, book tour companies or other bloggers. It’s an honest letter about the system we’re part of and its reflections on us.
I have noticed a large amount of posts about the incredible lack of respect going on around the blogosphere. The text ahead is just my opinion. Before you continue I only ask that you please be respectful and have an open mind about this – it’s my blog, my place to write and share my thoughts. If you can’t do any of that, you shouldn’t read what’s ahead. Comments that do not follow this will be deleted.
Do you read romances? Have you read the classics? Have you ever pretended that your read a book? Have you ever lied about it? This usually happens with the classics and famous books. A lot of people really want to read them, go to the bookstore, search through the new releases and end up buying that classic novel that everyone says it’s a must read, often recommended, and want to understand why. But never had the chance – or time – to read themselves.
Read my opinion and other’s HERE!
Yesterday we discussed what the famous and contradictory 3 Star rating means to us, readers and reviewers. Now here are quotes from several authors about how they react on receiving a 3 Star rating and what it means to them. Thank you for sharing your opinion with us!