Do you like to see reviews only about newer books, or are older books good to see too?
I think it's really a great question because I've thought about this before. My answer is simply: I like both.
Whenever I read an older book I always love to put up an old review to hopefully get the word about it out again. I think it's nice for authors to see reviews of one of their older books to to show that it has not been "forgotten" about.
And of course it's great to see reviews of newer books because I don't want to go buy a new book from a new author and not know what to expect. It's nice to see a review or two to get an idea of what I might think. Of course at the same time I sometimes avoid reviews on books that I am about to read just to know that I will be getting an unbiased perspective. Sometimes a bunch of reviews on a new book aren't that good because there have been a multitude of times that a book has gotten countless praising reviews and I found that the book fell short because of all the great reviews.
So in conclusion, I love reviewing and reading reviews on both old and new books. Sometimes I feel it can hurt a readers reactions to the newer books though.
Have a blessed weekend!