Blog Review #3-Capturing and Creating 

You Know You Missed It… Blog Reviews! I’m just reviving all the old trends around here :D!

For everyone who is still waiting, I am so sorry. I was inexperienced blogger and I wanted to thank you all, and I took on more than I could handle. I am trying my very best, although it is likely Blog Review will be scheduled posts.

oh yea, *cough* this is a scheduled post :/

but– life is busy, folks.

Anyways, I’m getting off-track. Today’s blog review is for… Capturing & Creating, written by Rutvi!

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Each section will have an individual rating. At the end, I will give my overall rating.

Alright! Let’s get started!

Capturing & Creating, by Rutvi

Blog Review written by April from April Dreams

Title & Tagline

I love the title Capturing & Creating, especially since her posts are photography heavy. Her tagline tells us a little about her blog, but its stated simply. I love that.


Definitely extra points for using my favorite color as the background. No, I’m not biased at all. One thing I would suggest is inserting read more tags due to your theme. It can be hard to find new posts because of all the scrolling. Rutvi has her ‘sidebar’ (well, not really) at the bottom (so bottombar?) I think this is an interesting twist, because it scrolls with you. Also, I’d recommend decreasing the size of the header image, because its hard to see the full picture.

Rating: 7.5/10


Rutvi’s posts always have many images, many incorporated in a fun and creative way. Her blogging voice is fun and kind, not to mention emojis!

Rating: 9.5/10




Rutvi has 4 pages: Home, All About Me, Myself, & I, Blog Buttons, and Contact Me. One odd thing I noticed was that the homepage led to her old blog’s URL, but instead a page shows up saying that the author has deleted the site. Her about me page is so cool! I love all the little tidbits of information she gives. However, it can get to be a little long. Her contact page clearly specifies what she wants to be contacted for, and I think that’s great.

Rating: 7.0/10


I really have nothing else to say, other than… amazing blog, Rutvi!

Overall Rating

I give this blog a… 8.0/10! I hope it’s continued for a long time. 😀


Rutvi, thanks for letting me review your blog! I hope this was helpful to you and you can use some of the suggestions I gave. If you feel like you don’t want to, no hard feelings 🙂 Thanks again!

thanks for reading,



27 thoughts on “Blog Review #3-Capturing and Creating 

      1. Oh, goodness! Don’t be! That’s what I kind of figured! LOL! You got me excited, so I clicked on it and I’m like… “Ummm… OOookayyy. Moving on, then.” LOL! Though, if you could, I’d appreciate another review!

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                  1. Ummm, well, I’ve been okay. I’m trying to make my plot flow, but it’s like Errrggg! It’s hard to make it work without sounding stupid! LOL! How about you? I mean, I know you are having trouble with your outline, but what is your outline about and what’s your biggest problem with it?

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                    1. I completely understand. plot flow is like fighting with a bear… it doesn’t work. I always sound, like, 7 when I try to connect it… argh.
                      Well, my outline is about my new story which I’m currently working on a blog page for *rubs hands together in excitement* my novel is temporarily called Behind Locker Doors and i have yet to think of a blurb to explain it well. My biggest problem is plot holes. how to get from point a to point b but it seems like im going from point a to point e!

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