On reviewing

I have to say – the more I read and the more I review, the less likely I am to rate something 5 stars.  I used to do it a lot, but I find it rare now to find that.  After reading so much, I have learned to see where something may not be as perfect, could use a little help, or otherwise might not be completely a 5.  Having said that, I don’t know that I have graded anything below 3 stars.  Why?  Unless it is complete rubbish, and even then, it may be ok, it is still someone’s work.  It came out of their head, they took the time to write it down and get it published.  My book is a one. Why? Because its not done, and probably never will be.

So – I guess what I’m getting at – is don’t be concerned that I don’t give 5 stars anymore.  It doesn’t mean the book isn’t good. At all.  It means that nobody is perfect.  And that, my friends, is a good thing.


Back to reading….


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