What is your philosophy of review writing?

phoenixfire phoenixfire
I always try to approach review writing for Eden with a distinct sense of humor. These are sex toys--using them is loving, whether you do it alone or with someone else, and should be fun. That makes me think my reviews should be fun, too. I add lots of detail (sometimes too much, I think, as I try to compensate for not owning a camera). I also try to share as much personal experience as I am comfy with, if I feel that experience is valid to a shopper. My writing style is still developing. I reserve the right to change it. It'll likely morph on its' own as I grow as a person.

What are your ideas on review writing? As you try out a toy, what jumps out at you that you just have to include in your review? (I don't know how many times I have found myself saying, "Oh, I could make a cute title out of that." Sometimes I say that even before I have purchased something. XD)
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Strider Strider
I try to give the advice I would want and/or the advice I would give to a friend who had asked me about the toy.
03/11/2013
Eugler Eugler
I share the information I would love to get.
That's mainly personal experience.
03/11/2013
kandy anjel kandy anjel
Quote:
Originally posted by phoenixfire
I always try to approach review writing for Eden with a distinct sense of humor. These are sex toys--using them is loving, whether you do it alone or with someone else, and should be fun. That makes me think my reviews should be fun, too. I add lots ... More
i try to be thorough and clear
03/11/2013
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