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Last day of ArmchairBEA today and I can't believe it's really over. It's been a blast participating in this awesome event. Thank you guys for all the comments and honest opinion. For the last time you can say hi to me in my Introduction post. There's an on going Best of 2012 Giveaway, my Networking in Real Life and Beyond the Blog.
Today's topic is Ask The Experts.
I'm here to give tips and ask questions as well. I am no perfect and this is only based on what I experienced through my 1 year of blogging.
If you've been around the blogosphere for quite sometime I bet you know who Parajunkee is. She has this BB101 (Book Blogger 101) post where she answers all questions pertaining to blogging and I find it really useful. I think I've been a fan of hers since I started blogging and I've learned quite a few tricks for her.
1. Be yourself.
Be the blogger you want to be, you blog is your personal space and I think it only shows when you're being yourself. Just do what you think is best for your blog without compromising your integrity. I don't know if you know about the plagiarism issue but it is not good and should not be tolerated. Just find your strengths and I'm sure you'll go a long way.
2. Writing Reviews.
I started with my reviews all over the place and with all over the place I mean very bipolarish. Believe it or not I started doing a one paragraph review which looks like a big chuck of blabbing words. But eventually I found my pattern which I can say is effective enough. So here's the tip, start with a one liner. I do it to catch the attention of my readers. Then followed by the Plot then the characters then the cover then my over all impression.
1. Do you write bad reviews?
I hate writing bad reviews but I think voicing out your opinion is definitely a good exercise of freedom of speech.
I think that is all for now.
Blogging is such a great experience as well as voicing out your opinion. I hope learn something from this post at least. There are based on my experiences and I think it's safe to say that experience is a great teacher.
Big Thanks to ArmchairBEA and it's organizer for this successful event! I hope to join again next year :)
That's a wrap for ArmchairBEA this year, I hope you had fun as much as I did. Make sure to comment your link so we could drop by.