Today while reading this post on John Scalzi's blog, I thought about my own policy about book reviewing. I think I've said before that I read a lot of books that I don't review, or at least I start reading them. I don't finish all of them. Anyway, the ones I comment on here are mostly the ones I like. I'm not here to warn you about some a book I don't care for. You might read it and love it, just as you might not like something that I like. A move comes to mind (Joe and the Volcano).
My PimPage is a little different. It's devoted to books that look interesting to me or that I've read and enjoyed but don't feel up to writing much about. My contributions to Friday's Forgotten Books are different, too. If I read something for that project, I feel obligated to comment, but I try to pick things I'm pretty sure I'll enjoy.
So I'll keep right on with the reviews, but only of stuff I care about and want to promote a little. I'm overwhelmed with books to read, and review copies come in all the time. I do what I can.