I love books. I write them. I read them. Sometimes I fall asleep curled up with them (though this isn’t particularly good for the book and sadly I’ve had to replace a few favorites along the way). I was an English major and I love fiction of all types; however, my favorites are SciFi, Fantasy, Mysteries and Romance. I do not accept fan fiction, zombie or vampire stories.
Following is my explanation of the star system used here:
5 stars means the book has been added to the shelf of books I am willing to re-read on occasion as the mood strikes me.
4 stars is a really good story that I may read again at some point.
3 stars means I enjoyed it, but it doesn’t have a lot of re-play value as one might say about a video game or something. I enjoyed it and might read the next one, but probably won’t re-read the first one again. If it is a paperback, it has been added to the paperbackswap.com list.
2 stars means there was just enough promise and that I liked enough elements of the story to see what was trying to be achieved to give it the benefit of the doubt on some points. Once again, if a paperback to the swap pile.
1 star means I had a hard time finishing it. Generally if I’m provided with books that are 1’s I just email the author and tell them I’m not going to review it. If a paperback, to the donate box. No need to clutter up my swap list.
If you’d like me to review your book, please let me know and I’ll be happy to consider it if it catches my interest. I’m currently working on my third book, and rewriting/editing my second, but it’s nice to read the works of others when I tire of myself.
I rate books on this star system, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best (NOTE: All opinions are my own and they are just that, my opinions. Feel free to read the books yourself to see what you think.).
If you’d like to contact me to get your book reviewed, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a post here and I’ll get back with you.
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