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The Stress of Being A Book Blogger Machine

October 17, 2013

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.


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Hype, Bullying & Extinction Of The Reviewer

July 18, 2012

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. 


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The Reader Who Pretends + A Confession

May 28, 2012

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.


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