The #RBRT Reviewer Profiles – Wendy Doe @Circumspect4

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Reviewers on the #RBRT are very busy hard working people who give their time freely, so I thought it was about time readers had the chance to meet them and find out a bit more about them.

Wendy Doe

Wendy aka: Circumspect4 lives in Illinois, USA

Wendy posts her book reviews on her blog here:

She also posts book reviews on:

Follow her on Twitter; @Circumspect4

Wendy enjoys reading;  Romance and YA

Book Formats Wendy prefers for the review team are: mobi, or Amazon gift

Hobbies & interests? Reading, of course. Blogging and trying new products.

Reading Soft edge

I asked, “What new genres have you tried from the review team list?” None

“What genres make you step out of your comfort zone?” Thrillers, horror

“What do you look for in a book?” Strong characters, a book that makes you feel like you are right there in the story.

“Book Styles you don’t enjoy?” CLIFF HANGERS!!! Especially when the next book doesn’t come out for a long time.

“Do you read & review Non-Fiction?” I have on occasion, not my favourite genre.

7 thoughts on “The #RBRT Reviewer Profiles – Wendy Doe @Circumspect4

  1. I so agree about the cliffhangers, Wendy – even if it’s an ongoing serial, each book needs to be complete in itself. Also, while waiting 6 months for the next one, you kind of lose the suspense…!


  2. I’m not sure how I feel about cliffhangers. If they’re very clever but don’t seem just tagged on for effect, I quite like them (if I’m interested enough I enjoy guessing what might happen next), but if it’s just a way of stretching the story, I don’t like them. And yes, if it’s a series and the next book takes very long to come out I’ll have forgotten what happened.


    • Totally agree, these days if it’s a cliff hanger and I want to read more I want to be able to download the next book straight away, but often too obvious a cliff hanger which wants you to buy the next book is a put off.


  3. I don’t mind being left with a feeling of suspense that something is coming in the next book but the book still needs to end so that it is complete and I hate it when a read ends right at a peak where you really are left turning the page (swiping the screen) only to find there is nothing left, now that is irritating…

    Lovely to read more about you Wendy 🙂


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