What do you think about DNF posts? Do you like them? Are they unnecessary? Maybe they're helpful?
And here's a couple other questions:
How do you decide which books to post DNF posts for and which to leave un-blogged about? I have two books to DNF post and neither was bad at all... I've just decided they're not for me despite some positive qualities.
Do you link your DNF post to the publicist if it's a review book? I feel embarrassed and and guilty at the thought of doing this. On the one hand I want a publicist/author to know I put effort into the book, but on the other hand I'm afraid they'll feel cheated if it's a DNF post.
Please help me come up with some rules for DNFing...
- Always state why I chose not to finish the book and how far I got.
- What I liked up to that point.
- What I did not like up to that point.
Apparently to the majority of the internet, DNF = Duke Nukem Forever, lol!! Anyone else ever play that on the computer?