I'm a librarian and, back when I was taking library science courses (yes, there is such a thing), one of my favorites was Readers' Advisory. I started this blog as both a way to encourage myself to continue thinking about books the way that course taught me and as a way to keep track of the things I've read and watched and what I thought about them.
Although I think of my reading tastes as being fairly varied, I do tend to read a lot of romance and books with heavy romantic subplots. I also read a lot of Japanese manga. As far as my viewing tastes go, I mostly watch Japanese anime.
If I review something I've received for free from a publisher or author, I'll say so in my post. Almost all of the things I review were purchased by me, checked out from the library, or freely available online.
My post structure has changed over the years, but currently I set them up so that they have a synopsis, then a review, and then an annotated list of read-alikes/watch-alikes (similar books, movies, etc.). I now try to include as few spoilers as possible or at least give spoiler warnings, but many of my earlier posts have lots and lots of spoilers.
On the top right side of my blog, you can look for posts by types and formats, titles (for manga/anime, movies, and TV shows only), and authors (for books only).