Comments: 12
Rane Aria 7 years ago
Heh! I've been having the same trouble, but I think mine is just review burnout
Jessica (HDB) 7 years ago
Ha! Awwww. That's adorable, but I know how that feels.
Familiar Diversions 7 years ago
For me, it's meh books and books I really love. With the meh books, I feel like it's all "X was okay, Y was okay, Z was okay, it was all just okay. I'll be lucky if I remember any of it in a week." With books I really love, nothing I write feels worthy of the book I read, and then I worry that my crappily written review might actually be worse than no review at all.
Mariana 7 years ago
Thank you for this... just laughed my behind off. Needed that :)
KindleRomance 7 years ago
I agree with all of you. Meh books, review burnout, and feeling like I just say the same things over and over. I love that dog!
Dor Does Books 7 years ago
I almost have that feeling about an ARC - it's good but I just don't have anything to say about it.
Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
Yeah, I feel like I am saying the same things over and over again. Maybe I've just been reviewing too long. I may need to start doing mini reviews.
KindleRomance 7 years ago
I like writing mini reviews, but it does it make it harder for me to remember much about the book when I read the review a year later:-)
Ultramarine 7 years ago
:D Sweeeet

Since I have a TV screen for a computer (screen) and wireless keyboard (i usually put on the couch or myself) I could have had a lot of issues with my dogs. it took ONE time for the little one to completely delete a review I practically finished (and didn't save..) for her to realize I'm not a "happy person" while clicking on the keyboard... yeah, she didn't do THAT again...

I remember a friend told me his baby kid started crawling to the computer and pressing on the "power" button of the computer for a while since he got a lot of reaction whenever he did THAT! :D
Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
:) My dogs have no interest in the keyboard, thankfully, but the cats drive me mad! Whenever I sit down to do anything, they suddenly awaken from their slumber and decide to prance across the keyboard. Now I have to lock them out of the room whenever I need to get something done.
Ultramarine 7 years ago
a friend of mine who has cats has the same problem! My dog isn't about the keyboard she's about sitting on my lap! (where the keyboard usually sits..)