Dear Not Interested-But-Obligated person,
So your friend/sibling/classmate/colleague/kid has started a book blog. And you gotta fake enthusiasm because, well, you’re fond of this person (hopefully). But I have learned through experience that non-book bloggers are totally blank about book blogs.
Here are a few things you should probably do while reading your friend/sibling/classmate/colleague/kid’s book blog:
1. Don’t mistake the synopsis for the actual post. Wherever it says synopsis, skip. (I still don’t get why so many idiots thought I wrote the synopsis).
2. Read the review part, it’s the main thing.
3. Scroll down, you might find stuff like GIF powered rants. (book blogs are gold mines for these stuff)
4. You’ll get, like, a thousand book recs so keep some of them in mind and try them out.
5. We occasionally tend to write stuff about ourselves so you might find out something new about us in those posts 🙂
6. If you actually read our reviews (highly unlikely) then we don’t mind some honest criticism.
Just don’t be a jerk and blindly scroll through posts. Try and look a bit interested, ‘kay? This way you don’t have to read the actual thing and your friend/sibling/classmate/colleague/kid’s feelings won’t get hurt. Win-win.