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FOR READERS: When Do You Review?

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Today’s reader topic comes from QSFer RL Merrill:

What makes you leave a review or not?

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3 thoughts on “FOR READERS: When Do You Review?”

  1. I review the minute the book is done, otherwise I tend to forget. Anything below 3 stars I tend to not leave one. However, there have been few I would rate that low.

  2. I pretty much only review books I’ve received ARC’s for…and generally write a review when the group “prompts” me to do so. Generally if it’s below 3 stars I will have contacted the coordinator of the group to let them know it wasn’t for me as I will DNF if I’m not enjoying it

  3. I’m inclined to leave a review if there are good things about the book. I won’t review if there aren’t. Having said that I will always star things. Also if the book is part of a series I’ll review the series instead (If I’ve read them!)


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