I was tagged by rosiefrecklereads, and it’s about time to have another “The Madman behind this blog” kind of post!
Tag Thursday: The Book Blogger Insider Tag
1. Where do you typically write your blog posts?
At work, if I don’t make it in time within work hours, I finish them at home. If at home, I usually sit at the table with a large desktop because, bad vision everytime! .__.
2. How long does it generally take you to write a book review?
I’ve set a new habit of having a small notebook to jot down all thoughts I have throughout reading a book, so that writing the full review would take no longer than 2 to 3 hours. Also can depend on whether I’m busy with my main work or not.
3. When did you start your book blog?
Literally, a month ago.
4. What is the worst thing about having a Book Blog in your opinion?
When you’re determined to have book reviews on a regular basis but life doesn’t allow you to have a reading speed of your wish. Sometimes an easy-to-read book can take up to a whole week to finish, and a deep one can be consumed within a damn night.
5. And the best thing?
Lots of other book bloggers willing to interact! And the never-ending pile of TBR that keeps growing as you read other book bloggers.
6. What blog post have you had the most fun writing?
My 2017 TBR list. And I’m willing to see that TBR list being resolved!
7. What is your favourite blog post to write?
Wrap Ups and reviews. Seeing all achievements is the best way to feel myself a proud bookworm 😀
8. When do you typically write?
During work hours. I specifically separated my duties, so I perform all translations within morning, and dedicate the whole time after lunch to blogging. Up until now, that hadn’t hurt anyone yet.
9. How do you write your blog posts? Snuggled up with a cup of tea?
When at work, I tend to always have snacks, because my energy is rapidly consumed when brainstorming, plus water. For me, water is mostly a lot better than tea.
10. Do you review every book you read?
I try to. Although I skipped reviewing “The Creative Habit” by Twyla Tharp.
11. When do you write your blog posts? Straight after finishing a book?
For book reviews – yes, right after reading, while thoughts are still fresh. For all memes, I try to have a week planned ahead.
12. How often do you post?
As you will see from now on, I have regular memes, such as Top Ten Tuesdays, Wednesday Shelf Control, Tag Thursday, and The Sunday Posts. Do The Talking segment usually come out weekly, as I also try having reviews on a weekly basis as well.
Thanks for reading! Consider yourself tagged if you haven’t done it before!