Follow-Up Review for Books

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Follow-Up Review for Books

Kynky Kytty Kynky Kytty
I have only recently begun reviewing books on this site and I have a review that applies for a follow-up since it's been two months since I wrote the review. However, I'm not sure what to do about it. I mean it's a book, I'm not going to read it again once in a while like I play with my toys. I've read it once, and I'm keeping it because I know I'll read a few things here and there, but other than that, I don't really know what to say.

Does anyone have any advice about this?
08/18/2010
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I have not done a book review, so take my advice with a grain of salt...

How is the book holding up, binding still good, pages coming out etc. This is something I would like to know about books.
08/18/2010
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by Kynky Kytty
I have only recently begun reviewing books on this site and I have a review that applies for a follow-up since it's been two months since I wrote the review. However, I'm not sure what to do about it. I mean it's a book, I'm not going ...
What you've mentioned is about what I'd say. I like to mention if reading through it has messed with the pages, if the pages are yellowing, or anything physical about the book. I mention whether I've showed it to a friend/spouse and if they like it, and if I think there's any "re-readability" to it.
08/18/2010
ScottA ScottA
It would also be good to note how well the book's contents aged. Some books are the sort of thing that you read once or twice and then move on, others are well-thumbed because you keep going back to look up something else. The ones that you keep going back to are nice because it means that they have a lot of information and are more than just an "intro" book.
08/19/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
I've been thinking about this same issue. On a non-fiction book I reviewed, I've since let the information roll around in my head some more and I have a slightly different thought on the book than I did in the beginning. When the first erotica compilation I reviewed comes up for follow-up, I plan on noting whether I like it as much now, based on what I may have read since, and if I find myself going back to reread it.
08/19/2010
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
Plus, you don't *need* to do a follow up review. So if you don't think you have anything of value to day- don't do it. Maybe in a couple months you'll have something pressing to say about it.
08/20/2010
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