I Need a Slogan

The overall feel of my blog is kind of random, at least that’s how I see it.  Every month or so I change the header and icon for my blog and that’s fine, but I’d like to have a distinctive ‘brand’.  I want people to see my logo and be able to say, “That’s The Mad Reviewer!”

That’s why the amazing Diantha Jones, who designed my reading and reviewing challenge button (on the sidebar), is also making me a header with a logo and slogan.  The only problem is I actually need a slogan.  At first I thought “Reviews, Rants and Randomness” would fit my blog, but that’s already been taken by various reviewers.  I still want something along that train of thought, something short and sweet but memorable all the same.

So my question for you guys is: what should my slogan be?  Please leave your suggestions in the comments below.  And who knows?  Maybe the person who comes up with the best slogan will receive a sort of prize involving my reading and reviewing challenge?  One or two extra entries for free even if you aren’t already participating, perhaps?  We’ll see.


  1. Bill Davis

    Hmmm. The first (and perhaps boring) thing that comes to mind is: The Mad Reviewer: Books Read and Reviewed.

    But that repeats “review.” I’ll think some more…

  2. Carla J. Hanna

    You should make sure your slogan uses the key words for SEO. It should clearly define the type of books YOU want to review so that you won’t come up in general book review searches and then get flooded with review requests. What is your favorite genre? What are you contributing?

  3. Iscah

    “A book review blog to sate your fury”… best I could come up with. Had a marketing person on Linked In encourage us to avoid “ing” in titles since it sounds more passive. I know on a search (as Carla suggested) I’d be more likely to type in “review” or “reviews” then “reviewing”. Fury seemed like it would help tie in with “mad” since both words can have multiple meanings…

  4. Devina a Lemon flavoured Jellybean

    Okay this was just a random try of something that rhymes, “The Mad Reviewer: Reviews galore, rants and more.” Though I’m not sure what ‘more’ would entail.
    Or what about, “The Mad Reviewer: Dissection, reflection, _ ” and I’m not sure what to fill the blank with. It’s a toughie.

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