The Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Jennifer @ Crazy-for-Books. It's a chance for book bloggers to interact, make new friends, and most importantly, share their love of books!
This is my very first hop! :) I've seen the hop around since I've started blogging, but I haven't gotten around to it. Why? Oh, simple. I'm just lazy! :P
Anyway, this week's question is:
When you write reviews, do you write them as you are reading or wait until you have read the entire book?
I never write a review while I'm reading the book. I'd end up marking down the entire book in my review and come up with a 6-page Word review if I did! I write my reviews after I've finished a book -- usually immediately after, so it's fresh in my mind. I do, however, write down notes on Word while I'm reading. I tend to forget things I want to say or mention if I leave it up to memory, so I'll have little post-it notes all over my book to "focus on this section, Kristina!" I also scribble down quotes, but that took too long and slowed down my reading, so I just have post-it notes for the page numbers of quotes I'd want to include in my review.
How about you all? :)