What issues/topic interests you most–non-fiction, i.e,cooking, knitting, stitching, there are infinite topics that has nothing to do with novels?
The non-fiction topics that interest me the most and find their way to my bookshelves the most often are religion, history, and travel. If a book contains all three of those topics rolled into one, it’s a must for me! I also read a bit on health topics (alternative medicine), classic film, genealogy, and writing.
Would you like to review books concerning those?
I don’t actively seek out “book review” jobs, but I wouldn’t mind it, especially if I really enjoyed the book. I like to talk about books I loved. Reviews are a bit harder when you didn’t enjoy the book – unless you really hated it, then those are easy!
Would you like to be paid or do it as interest or hobby? Tell reasons for what ever you choose.
As someone who writes for fun and for money, I can tell you that it’s infinitely more fun to be paid for what you write. A book review is actually harder than one would think, and since a lot of thought would have to go into it, I’d rather be paid.
Would you recommend those to your friends and how?
I do recommend books to my friends all the time, either in conversation or in email. Most say, “Who has time to read?” I actually wanted to begin a third blog that would deal mostly with books I’ve read and the topics they cover. As I was reading about 2-5 books a month for a while, this seemed like it would be easy to do. But, this blog has taken up a bit too much time – I’ve found I haven’t been reading as much, so starting another blog just doesn’t make sense right now.
If you have already done something like this, link it to your post.
Now I’m supposed to “tag” ten other bloggers. Lidian, just how many bloggers do you think I know? ;-) I think all of my blogging friends have already been tagged, so let’s just read all of their responses!