I’m slowly trying to do some tags even though I don’t think I’ll ever catch up. I was tagged twice for this one. Thank you for the tags and I hope you check out the bloggers below.
- Link back to the tag’s creator: Kourtni at Kourtni Reads
- Thank and link back to the person who tagged you.
- Answer the questions the best you can. If you don’t use NetGalley, you can substitute other sites or places where you get books!
- Tag a few people to do this too!
Auto-Approved | Who’s One Author Whose Books You Automatically Want to Read, regardless of What They Are About?
Well shit. Everyone knows I won’t just say one person and I’ll forget a ton. Derek Millman, Kerri Maniscalco, Kara Thomas, Jen Wilde, Jenn Bennet, and so many more.
Request | What Makes You Want to Request a Book on NetGalley?
I used to just request like crazy, but now I’m a lot pickier. Almost any book I request is something I’ve already had my eye on. Something I am super excited about. No more requesting random books just because they sound like they’ll be good.
Feedback Ratio | Do You Review Every Book You Read? If Not, How Do You Decide What Books to Review?
Almost all of them. I think I’m around 85%. I never caught up on older requests. As for the newer ones (the past year), I have reviewed almost all of them. The only reason why I skipped something is when I couldn’t get the format to work or when I just lost interest.
Badges | If You Could Create One Badge to Display on Your Blog, What Would It Be for?
Maybe something for the genres I review most often? Maybe diversity if there was a way to do that.
Wish for It | What’s One Book That You Are Absolutely Dying to Read?
Not necessarily on netgalley (yet), but probably Blood & Honey, Ember Queen, When We Were Magic, One Of Us Is Next, or A Wicked Magic. See, can’t just pick one. Ever.
2019 NetGalley Challenge | What Was the Last Book That You Received as an ARC That You Reviewed? If You’ve Never Received One, What’s the Last Book You Reviewed?
From Netgalley, I forgot to review for a bit and posted three on the same day. The one I read most recently that was reviewed out of those was Every Stolen Breath by Kimberly Gabriel. I haven’t been getting as many books on Netgalley lately. My last couple reviewed were physical copies.
As usual, I’m not going to tag anyone. But if you want to do this one, consider yourself tagged. Do you use Netgalley? Do you read arcs or just finished books?