Rating System

Just a little summary, sort of, about my ratings. I use the normal star system but here’s how I give certain number of stars!

star = I’ve never given any book just one star but basically if I do, it’s only the books I did not finish at all.

starstar = Two stars is for books that I finished, by force, and didn’t find anything to like in it.

starstar½ = For books that forced myself through but still managed to like something in it.

starstarstar = Three stars is for books that leave me just meh. Those are good but not great. I had a good time reading but still it was just a book to pass time with that still left me meh.

starstarstar½ = Basically the same as 3 stars but better. It wasn’t all just meh.

starstarstarstar = Books that I really had a great time reading and ended up liking them but still there were something that bugged me.

starstarstarstar½ = Same as above but with smaller things left to bug me.

starstarstarstarstar = Five star books are the ones that I just can’t put down, that I never want to end. Ones that take me through amazing things, different feelings, books that just suck me in an leave me praising them to all of my family and friends to the point that they want to tape my mouth shut.


2 thoughts on “Rating System

  1. Hi, Hanna. I searched high and low and missed your email address. I hope I didn’t gloss over it. I’ll put some stuff here. You can always erase it.
    I’ve read your guidelines and abide and honor your requirements. I know you must be swamped, and I’d like to just take the time to thank you for your unselfish service and dedication to us writers. I always ask first.

    Well, what makes this tome standout? I think my book Screamcatcher: Web World is unique in that I have never seen a dream catcher used as a prop or device in the plot or theme of a book on the Internet. My book has shades of Indian lore in it, and I think the characters are diverse and well-drawn. It has a slow-burn sweet romance. I see this as a mash-up between (a serious) Ghostbusters and The Hunger Games. I’ve included the blurb in this email for your perusal. For a deeper probe, you can click on Christy’s website (included) in the sig line below. I hope you like this idea.

    Most Kindly Yours,

    Christy Breedlove (pen name)

    AMAZON SCREAM PAGE: https://www.amazon.com/Screamcatcher-World-Christy-J-Breedlove-ebook/dp/B07QDK5M75/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Screamcatcher+Web+World&qid=1555016089&s=books&sr=1-1-spell

    The pub date was officially 4-23-2019, so it’s a recent breakout. You can get to it whenever you please—I have no priorities or demands. The publisher is Melange Books, Fire & Ice. Age range: Upper YA 15—19. Pages: 218, Words: 67,000. Formats: PDF, Kindle/Mobi, E-Pub.


    When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Indian lore is so yesterday, but she’s willing to give it a try. However, the dream catcher has had its fill of nightmares from an ancient and violent past. After a sleepover party, and during one of Jory’s most horrific dream episodes, the dream catcher implodes, sucking Jory and her three friends into its own world of trapped nightmares. They’re in an alternate universe—locked inside of an insane web world filled with murders, beasts and thieves. How can they find the center of the web where all good things are allowed to pass? Where is the light of salvation? Are they in hell?


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