Book Reviews via email?


I was talking with ajoobacats over the weekend and we had the idea to review books we can’t in good conscious give 1 or 2 or 3 stars to with each other via email and we thought we would maybe open it up to our readers as well. We might also include other unpopular opinion books we thought were thoroughly awesome. Like Dorothy Must Die. I have only read the one review which was 5 stars but apparently the initial reviews were not glowing.

Via email it’s a little (lot) more private so the stygma about an unpopular opinion is a lot less.

Would any of you like to get in on this if we decide to do it?

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About tj6james6

I write fanfiction for Southern Vampire Mysteries and True Blood. I pre-read/edit/beta others stories and I am attempting to get myself out of a rut and back into life rather than sitting here contemplating a blank page.

Posted on June 29, 2016, in book reviews and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Why not…I’m all in!
    Jackie69

  2. Sure! I can’t say I’d have time to read every one, but considering that I love spoilers (really, I do…if I could, I’d read a full plot layout with footnotes on a book before actually reading the book) and that I have weirdly specific tastes which often lends a tendency toward passionately loathing overly-beloved books, I’d be curious.

Give me some sugar!

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