Review Grading System

A very abbreviated explanation of our Grading System

5 Benefits: Destined to be one of my favorites. I will re-read this over and over again and mention it to anyone who will listen.

4 Benefits: Great read. Solid writing. I want my friends to read this, too.

3 Benefits : Glad I read it. A fun way to spend an afternoon.

2 Benefits:  Not glad I read it, but I enjoyed some elements.

1 Benefit: Not my cuppa…

0 Benefits: “My god, woman! Stop it!”

A few words about our reviews:

When we write a review we cross post to retailer sites such as Amazon and social media sites like Goodreads.

Also… Because we read way, way, way, way, way, way, way, way more books than we could ever review, we have started to use our Kindles to share what we love and anti-love about novels we’re currently reading. Through our twitter account, we write a +1 if we like something and a -1 if there is something we don’t like. Sometimes, we get a little freaky and give out a +5.

For a book to earn points, we could love a line, be amazed by the way a writer builds suspense, or just get a little warm fan-girl glee. For a book to lose points, it somehow grates on our sensitive and well-read nerves in some way. Mostly though, we just gush. We highlight a line and then share it. After we’re done, we add up the points, and… Bam! A read-by-numbers guide is born. You are welcome to read with us. We want to hear what you’re reading and what you think about it! Connect with us by sending us a direct message.

** If you are an author and you would like us to review your book, click here to read our review policy.


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