You guys, April from Good Books and Good Wine came up with the best Blogging Challenge! And I’m totally participating because it is the best idea ever! Anyway, she came up with 15 challenges (one a day). You should totally participate, too! Here’s the cool graphic and challenges April put together.
It’s Day 7 and today it’s all about blogging quirks.
- I use the words “seriously,” “definitely,” “you guys,” and “so” in almost every single review. Actually, I usually them them multiple times in a review, and even multiple times in one sentence. I’m always trying to edit myself from using those words too often, but I can’t really help myself.
- More on the repetitive word front, I use the words “awesome” and “adorable” too much. I need to find new descriptive words but I am always too lazy to think of some.
- I almost always draft a review of a book either right after I finish the book, or the next day. If I wait longer than that, I forget everything. If I don’t feel like writing a full review right them, I draft up a post with the right formatting, and then just type up my thoughts in fragmented sentences so when I come back to the review later on, I have a little reminder of how I felt about the book.
- I waffle back and forth on how to rate books. I personally love ratings, because then whoever is going to read the review has an idea right off the bat on how I felt about the book. But sometimes I have a hard time deciding for certain books, and I keep changing it until I actually publish the post.
- I am the Queen of Typos. I always proof read my posts before publishing them, but somehow they still end up with typos.
Hmm . . . that’s all I can think of at the moment. What are you blogging quirks?