Book Bloggers: Is There Such As A Thing As Too Many Books?
The best part about being a book blogger is receiving books to review. I LOVE reading, so reading for free, is even better. Well, not necessarily free. With every book that I receive and read, I provide a review on my blog, Twitter, and Facebook. I also post it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, and Library Thing. Whew! That is a lot. However, I feel that it’s important to the author to post a great review on as many sites as possible.
However, I have a stack of books waiting to be read. Is it possible to have too many books? I actually sat down and wrote every down every book I have agreed to review. I have about 15 books waiting to be read and reviewed. I also made myself a schedule by which to post my reviews. These are books that are not included in my book club picks that I also read to participate in our monthly meetings. Nor, are these are also books that I have personally purchased for my own personal reading. However, I do post book reviews for all the books I’ve read because I truly enjoy posting reviews.
So, how do you balance reading, writing reviews, and deciding what order to post them (unless a date has already been issued)?
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