How long have you been a blogger?
BookLikes counts as book blogging, yes? I mean, I don't know that I really consider myself a book blogger, but if BL counts, then during the Goodreads Exodus of 2013.
At what point do you think you'll stop?
When I no longer enjoy it.
What's the best thing?
The sense of community. We may be a smallish group over here at BL, but we're a great group. Also, finding out one of your reviews helped someone find a book they enjoyed, or avoid one they'd end up hating.
What's the worst thing? What do you do to make it ok?
I can't really think of anything...maybe seeing heated disagreements crop up between my friends? Thankfully that doesn't happen often.
How long does it take you to create/find pictures to use?
I don't normally use pictures in reviews. I may sometimes use a gif in a status update, and I have a huge folder of those on my computer...so not long.
Who is your book crush?
This is a hard one to answer because it changes all the time, but currently we'll go with Roarke from the In Death series.
What author would you like to have on your blog?
Oscar Wilde and for modern authors, Deanna Raybourn. I follow her on twitter and she's a hoot.
What do you wear when you write your blog posts?
How long does it take you to prepare?
I don't really prepare. I just sit down and start typing.
How do you feel about the book blogger community/culture?
I don't know much about it outside of BookLikes, but I love what we have going on here.
What do you think one should do to get a successful blog?
This I can't really answer. I don't post about books or review to gain popularity. I guess I'd just say, if your blog and what you post on it brings you joy, then it's a success.
As for tagging, I think most everyone I follow has been tagged, but if you haven't and you see this, then consider yourself tagged!
Thanks for tagging me, BC!! I remembered to do it! YAY!! lol