A Word (or more) on Content Warnings
This is a book review blog and many of the books I read deal with a variety of evils that exist in this world (and others). If the review itself is going to include discussions of common triggers, such as sexual assault, violence, suicide, and addiction, I will do my best to make sure an obvious content warning is at the top of the review, so you can decide whether or not to continue. If I’m not going to talk about those issues in the review, but the book itself has significant plot points regarding these topics, I will also say something in the review so you can decide if the book is worth it.
- Be kind! And respectful!
- Don’t yuk someone else’s yum: we all have different likes and dislikes. It’s perfectly fine to say that you personally didn’t like a book or author or genre, but that doesn’t mean other people are wrong or dumb or whatever for liking it themselves. Keep the discussions civil. (See Rule 1.)
- Racist, misogynistic, transphobic, homophobic, bullying language and comments aren’t allowed. Neither is stalking, harassing, doxing, or other troll-like behavior. (Again, see Rule 1.)
- No spoilers unless you’re in a spoiler space.