When I created my reading list, my intentions were to read more and do some reviews here on the blog. I definitely read more. This list doesn't even include the classics and improvement books I want to read. Every week, I write in my planner to start writing the book reviews. It's kind of sad that I haven't started on them. Some of the books I have read have been really good and I want to share them with you. Others weren't all that great.
This morning, I took a look at the list and realized that I have 10 reviews to do. That doesn't include the 3 classics, so if you want me to add those in, I have 13 book reviews to write. That's a lot. But, then again, there are 70 books in total on my list. Maybe I should get started.
So, I ask you readers:
What do you look for in a good book review?
What information do you request?
What makes the review significant to you?
Can you help me out here? I know that these will include my personal opinions, but how much of the plot should I include? Should it be short, sweet, and simple? Or an informative breakdown of the whole story? (I can almost promise you that I won't go into every single detail of the plot because that seems like a lot of work.--Just sayin')
So, let me know. Your thoughts and opinions matter to me.