Reviewers Spotlight - Destri

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Reviewers Spotlight - Destri

Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
How do you, personally, overcome writer's block?
07/20/2012
Destri Destri
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
How do you, personally, overcome writer's block?
Hi Airen! Wow,. writer's block sucks!!! I have struggled with it off and on for years now. If I need to write a review, I usually just start and hope the words come to me. But when it comes to stories and articles, it is a LOT harder.

I usually just sit back and let my imagination flow... sometimes a real story line will come to me. Sometimes not. I haven't written a story in months because of being stuck right now. sigh
07/21/2012
digit88 digit88
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Originally posted by Ansley


Hello there, and welcome to our fourth month long Reviewers Spotlight! How this is going to work is that you have all month long to ask our wonderful reviewers questions. They'll answer when they can, and you can keep asking until the end ...
10 yrs congrats.
07/21/2012
CaliGirl CaliGirl
I haven't seen any of your reviews yet, but I'll be sure to look for them now!
07/26/2012
Abombadong Abombadong
Congrats on your 10 years together..how is it? Me and mine have only been together for a year and I wanna know....does it get better or worse?
07/28/2012
junipersgame junipersgame
Hello! As a new reviewer, I often have trouble balancing the urge to get very detailed in reviews vs. the need to be engaging. How to you balance very specific technical details with writing a review that flows well and holds a reader's attention?
07/28/2012
Destri Destri
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Originally posted by Abombadong
Congrats on your 10 years together..how is it? Me and mine have only been together for a year and I wanna know....does it get better or worse?
Funny question! For us, it started out great and has only gotten better. When you are with the right one, every day is a blessing.
07/29/2012
Destri Destri
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Originally posted by junipersgame
Hello! As a new reviewer, I often have trouble balancing the urge to get very detailed in reviews vs. the need to be engaging. How to you balance very specific technical details with writing a review that flows well and holds a reader's attention?
I have always had a problem with being technical! Over time, I have learned to do the tech stuff first, and then to just write the way I want to!
07/29/2012
ChuChii ChuChii
I dont know if this was asked but when in bed or shower with your husband what toy do you both use to spice things up?

What toy would you recommend?

& What advice would you give the new reviewers like my self ?
07/29/2012
Destri Destri
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Originally posted by ChuChii
I dont know if this was asked but when in bed or shower with your husband what toy do you both use to spice things up?

What toy would you recommend?

& What advice would you give the new reviewers like my self ?
We have always just loved adding vibes into our sex life. We have about 12 of them, so it varies as to which one gets used at any given time.

I could never recommend just one toy! Currently, my favorite is link (the first time softee pleaser) but that can change at any time!

Advice to a new reviewer... I guess first I would say to find your own writing style and stick with it. Find your voice! Of course it is important to add the important stuff like material, size, etc., but it is also important to write in a way you are comfortable with. Second, don't take the criticisms too much to heart. If someone makes a useful suggestion, consider it. But if someone tears you a new one, ignore it. Don't get your feelings hurt. Have fun with it!!!
07/31/2012
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