Event takes place at http://www.weeklygeeks.com/And now, thanks to the awesome team that is so good to continue hosting our Weekly Geeks activity, I am honored to guest present the idea. I only ask you to do one, some, all or none of the following:
1. Explain your review format - if you have one. Or maybe your rating system?
2. Highlight another book-blogger's review format by linking to a favorite example - don't forget to tell us why they are a fave!
3. Do a review in another book-blogger's format of your latest read. I did this just the other day when I had read a great post discussing what makes a good review and 'borrowing' from a comment by Ramya. That post was one of Bethany's and my example giving Ramya the credit is here.
4. Highlight a past review that you are particularly proud of and why the format or structure may have had something to do with it.
The review format I use is from a challenge site that I signed up for.
About the Author:
I didn't always use it and to be honest I still haven't found a way to post my reviews that feel like me yet. When I first started blogging I just posted a big paragraph of what I felt about the book and to this day I still say those post are more real to me. Not that the ones I post now are fake. The reason i use the review format that I do not is I don't always know what to say and it helps me think a little.
If you want you can check out my favorite review I posted here.
I do use a rating scale that I made up graphics for that I use.
One day i may go back to the original way or a different way to write the reviews as for now it will stay the way it is.