So it’s me again. I started a new book to review, Wrong Side of the Grave, by Bryna Butler. I should have something for you to devour by Sunday Night 😉 I love how successful my blog is becoming. It may not have large following, but in terms of community, I’m pretty sure I’ve found my tribe 🙂
In starting this blog I’ve learned a few things about myself. I’ve found that reading and reviewing is actually a lot harder than it sounds. Reading for myself is easy and I can get through and average sized novel in about 3 or 4 hours. Reading and Reviewing with expectations and deadlines actually makes me tense and I find myself procrastinating. I have also found that I’m hopeless at promotional events. I constantly forget to post on the planned day and scheduling a post seems to never work out for me. I apologize to all the promotions I’ve been late on
I’m also learning to say NO. When I first started Bibliogal Review, I was accepting everything; even books that I don’t feel comfortable reading or promoting. I’ve actually learned that it’s okay to politely pass on things I don’t want to do. I’m the boss, lol. I really enjoy the Indie Book community. It’s filled with lots of fun and creative people who all strive for a common goal….bringing stories to the people. Thanks Indie World for embracing this Noob and teaching her your ways 🙂 I’m hopelessly lost without you! Also a big shout out to S.A.S.S (Struggling Authour Street-team Service). They primarily help authors, but I’ve picked up a few things pretty quickly on the blogger spectrum as well! If you peruse the interweb and you see their logo, check it out. A SASS sponsored event is always a good time and they have some bright stars in their stable 😉
Well, that’s all for now, hope I’m getting better at these filler posts 😉
Until Next Time!