As the title states, I ask how do you write your reviews? Are you a note taker, studying the text meticulously as you read or do you wait until you have finished to sit down and share your thoughts in a collective manner? I had been a sit down at the conclusion kind of girl until recently. I tried to write a review on Goodreads several months ago after finishing a novel and came up blank. I liked that character but couldn’t recall any clear reasons why. I have since jumped the fence and became a note taker. Not only does this make it much easier when writing a review but I have also recently taking a liking to recording quotes, and can easily explain why I did or did not agree with the plot, characters, setting, etc. I have also always been a reviewer that gets to the point, I don’t pussy-foot around the issue, I call it as I see it, although I always try to back these feelings up. This goes for books I like as well, they may be a little lengthier but I try to get right to the point all the same. It can be easy to get lost in a world of literature and as so many people learn in different ways (seeing, doing, hearing) so do book bloggers, each blog I read has its own unique style. So I ask, how do you review?