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Salty Seven: 7 Bookish Things I Hate

Okay, so, this post is a liiiittle bit saltier than usual? I was IN A MOOD, apparently. Like, don’t let all the pink fool you, I was kinda mean here, BUT I did make sure to not step on anyone’s opinion (I hope??) so it should be okay. I mean, you’re all awesome and if we disagree, all the better! Would love to hear your thoughts. ๐Ÿฅฐ

Anyhow, as the title suggests, I came to share seven unpopular bookish opinions with you today – some specific, some not – and I can’t wait to discuss these (+ your own) with you in the comments. ๐Ÿ’œ

(1) I don’t understand the hype over “uncorrect * enter book title*” twitter accounts.

I know, I’m a monster! Everyone loves these accounts, while I keep muting them. ๐Ÿ™ˆ I’m sorry!! I know their creators put a lot of work and effort into them, so I don’t want this to seem like I’m here to shit on all that, because I’m not. All I’m saying is, they don’t work for me personally, mostly because I don’t find them funny. ๐Ÿ˜…


(2) I don’t use half star ratings.

Everyone is always going on about wanting half star ratings on goodreads, and believe me, I’m all: “GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT!” on that topic, but I’ve never felt compelled to use half stars. The thing is, even with full stars, I can be pretty indecisive, so adding half ratings to the already existing five would be a mess. I have encountered a couple of books that made me want to clarify my rating a bit; but in these cases I usually say something like “that’s a weak 4-star-read” and leave it at that.


(3) When people tell me, “just get to page *** and you’ll start liking it” I lose all interest in a book.

Not only do I not have the time to read things I dislike, but the idea that I have to cross the 100+ page marker for a book to get good is pretty annoying to me. To clarify, I’m not saying books with slow-starts or lots of build-up are bad – I love those – rather, I’m talking about books where many readers (including fans!) have to say “it gets better later on!” to encourage others to not give up. For me, these titles are not worth it. ๐Ÿ˜ฉ


(4) Why does everyone love Stephen King?

Okay, this is a specific one compared to the others, but boy, is it an unpopular opinion! (Although, lately, with him airing his piss-poor opinions it may be becoming popular. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ) Either way, King is regarded as one of the best (horror) writers of our era (or ever), and I just don’t agree with that? His books feel overly unrealistic and way too wordy; the latter aspect coming off as pretentious, rather than “wow, WHAT A WRITER!” which I’m preeetty sure is his goal.


(5) First person point of view is superior to third person point of view.

There’s little to explain here – for me, first person is simply better. I love reading from the character(s)’s point of view, because it feels more personal somehow. That said, there are EXCELLENT third person novels that feel as smooth as first person, so I’m not against the former, nor do I avoid it. I just usually prefer first person.


(6) Exclusive editions of a book which contain an additional story are unfair to internation and poor readers.

I get the motivation to publish an exclusive edition with additional content inside – I’m sure exclusive content helps sell copies, which is great – but these are so unfair to international readers, who may not be able to buy a, say, Barnes and Noble exclusive edition. On top of that, these also exclude those who are unable to purchase a new copy of a book.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m in no way saying “don’t publish exclusive content editions.” They aren’t evil, lol, and they do help authors sell more copies, plus I’m sure they have made many readers happy. But they are not entirely fair. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ


(7) Bookstagram is the worst.

Listen, I tried and tried to get into it, but it’s just not for me. I have a friend who studied photography and we always had a lot of fun taking pictures together – lots of what is unpublished because I grew too annoyed with bookstagram – but the actual bookstagramming? I hated that. I don’t care about pretty pictures – I’m so sorry, bookstagrammers are so talented, istg, I just don’t like going through my feed? ๐Ÿ™ˆ Uploading and captioning my photos was my literal worst nightmare, and don’t even get me started on stories.

Let’s chat!

Do y’all agree with my unpopular opinions? Do you even think they count as unpopular?? What are your most unpopular opinions?

67 thoughts on “Salty Seven: 7 Bookish Things I Hate

  1. i completely agree with you on first person being better than third person! it helps me get into the story more easily because it feels like we’re actually having a conversation with the main character, and i love that.
    i can also never get the hang of bookstagramming – i like scrolling through people’s photos, but the process is just too time-consuming for me and i can never find the right lighting ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  2. Bookstagram causes me nothing but stress! Taking pictures was such a chore, and it did not interest me in any way. I also feel the same way about Booktube. I know a lot of people love it, and all power to them and to the content creators, but Iโ€™ve always found it to be super boring.

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    1. I did enjoy taking pictures (sometimes) but editing? Writing the caption? Uploading? Hell no. I like some booktubers, some of the ones we shared in the quarantine post, but I prefer posts. Booktube I put on when eating or doing something else, blogs I read more actively.

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  3. I enjoy taking pics for Bookstagram but I don’t like having to post everyday to stay relevant ๐Ÿ˜ Coming up with a caption is a weakness of mine!

    I haven’t read any of Stephen King’s books, so no idea what the hype is about.

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  4. Haha I love this post !! I personally love incorrect Twitter accounts (although I don’t really use Twitter anymore) but it isn’t for everyone.
    I do like half stars as well but I get the indecisiveness and I do use phrases like weak 4 stars which is helpful. I just like getting to say more in the actual star rating ๐Ÿ˜‚
    I didn’t get the hype around Stephen King either. I read one of his books and didn’t love it!! So not for me.
    And yes special editions which have extra content is annoying as it does limit who can have it which if it is written content should be available to all fans, not just who have access to it.
    I do like bookstagram but I know what you mean as it is a lot of hassle with everything and I’m not too active on there so I can’t say too much really ๐Ÿ˜‚

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    1. Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚
      I feel like disliking incorrect twitter accounts is my most unpopular opinion, haha. But I’m happy you and so many others love them! ๐Ÿ˜€
      I *wish* I understood the hype over King – I love horror, but his just don’t work well for me? ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

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  5. Ohh, I loved reading your unpopular bookish takes and I agree with quite a few of them myself ๐Ÿ˜„ I have always been a bit salty of all the shiny exclusive editions that Target, B&N or Waterstones do, as not everyone can get them and they usually include cool bonus content that I would love to get too ๐Ÿ˜ข The same goes for some preorder campaigns, a lot of them are international nowadays, but getting the book (and paying for the enormous shipping) is so expensive that I can never justify it ๐Ÿ˜ž

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  6. I am such a half-star-ho. I used them all the time. However, I feel like if they gave us the half-star rating, that we have been begging for, people will want quarter and 3/4 stars too. I see people using these. Give me a slider to rate my books, and then everyone will be happy.

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      1. I have seen people with all sorts of decimals. I know there are bloggers that assign stars in various categories and then find an average. I think being in the middle more of less means the rating is somewhere between the two whole star ratings.

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  7. I understand the bookstagramming struggle! I got into it a lot maybe two years ago, but it’s just so much effort. I would have to dedicate a couple hours on a weekend to shooting the photos, coordinating the time of day that I took the photo to the time when the most natural light would be coming through the windows, try to figure out an arrangement that looks okay, then editing the pictures (and the captions!! I never know what to say in captions). I also agree with you that first-person narratives can be so much more interesting! I love hearing characters’ inner thoughts and imagining myself from their shoes.

    claire @ clairefy

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    1. Yes, bookstagram is so time consuming, which is fine if someone likes doing it, but I pushed myself to do it despite hating it. ๐Ÿ˜ฉ Your pictures were/are always beautiful, though. ๐Ÿ˜€ Same, first person sounds like an actual person “talking” while third person is more like a story. (IDK if that makes sense, haha.)

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  8. Iโ€™ve never read Stephen King either ๐Ÿ™ƒ and donโ€™t know if I really understand the hype or see myself reading them haha. Great discussion:)

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  9. Ugh, I SO agree with number three. If a book isn’t good enough to begin with, why put in the effort? Only occasionally do I find that it pays off, honestly. Also, I like SOME Stephen King but not all of his stuff. I really enjoyed It but thought The Shining was underrated. I also just couldn’t get into Pet Semetary. And about bookstagram, I enjoy it but I don’t quite buy into the hype of it, or the hyper-tagging, sharing, etc. Awesome post! I love unpopular opinion posts.

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    1. Exactly! There are so many books I would rather be reading, there’s no point in continuing something that only gets good later into the story. Pet Semetary was such a weird experience! There was one scene I liked during the build-up, and then at the end, the book abruptly cuts off JUST WHEN the real horror could begin. (I get the use of unclosed ending, buuut when what will come is more interesting then everything that’s happened so far… that’s a problem. Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. Haha I completely understand your annoyance with people telling you to get to a certain page before the book gets good, because Iโ€™m usually the same wayโ€ฆthough I have been guilty of telling people that. And Iโ€™ve never really understood the appeal of bookstagram, to be honestโ€ฆI appreciate people taking pretty photos but itโ€™s never really been something Iโ€™ve been drawn to ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ

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    1. Lol, it’s HARD not to tell people that when it’s a book you love that they want to put down. ๐Ÿ˜… People put so much effort into bookstagram, so I’m glad to see many succeed and happy with it, it’s just not for me. The photos ARE pretty, yes, but I don’t really have interest in scrolling through them. ๐Ÿ˜…

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  11. You made a good point about half star ratings! I personally use them, but descriptions like โ€œweak four starsโ€ seems a lot more helpful ๐Ÿ˜….
    And Iโ€™m not on Bookstagram, or Instagram for that matter, but it does sound frustrating to keep up with. Even though itโ€™s cool to see how creative people can be, looking at all the perfect photos is kinda draining(?) ๐Ÿ˜•.

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    1. I think half star ratings are completely fine, I don’t dislike seeing them, they are just not for me (to use). ๐Ÿ˜…
      Yeah, I do agree with you there. The most common advice people give is to find your own theme – which I could never do when I was on bookstagram, lol, so all power to those who can – but the same theme on ALL pictures of an account makes it… kind of boring to look at for me?

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  12. Ahh, I love this post so much!! You definitely had some unpopular opinions, but you justified them so well ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
    Ugh, yes, incorrect twitter accounts are kind of… unnecessary in my opinion. I do enjoy reading some of their tweets (especially if I like the book/s that the account is dedicated to), but I don’t really see their value?? What’s the fun in reading conversations between characters that you know would likely never actually happen??
    I don’t use half-stars either!! I don’t use them because they make my book stats and average ratings a little complicated. but not using them makes things a little hard because sometimes a book truly falls in the middle for me–I don’t want to rate it too high or too low. But I love your idea of clarifying in your review that the book was a “weak _-star read”!
    (Also, you came for Stephen King’s throat in this post, and I mean that in the best way possible โคโค)

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    1. Thank you! ๐Ÿ’œ
      I agree with you on that, tbh. I’m sure there’s a lot of effort that goes into those accounts, but I just don’t care to read something that – in many cases – feels unrealistic to the characters/books. ๐Ÿ˜…
      I haven’t even thought of that, but yes, they would make my average ratings complicated too, that’s a good point.
      Thanks, haha. Stephen King is such a mediocre white male author of horror, Caitlin, I don’t get the hype. ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

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  13. OKAY so this post is EVERYTHING and I love it SO much ahhh. I loved reading your unpopular opinions and, even if I don’t agree with all, I can always see where you come from with it all. I’m so with you about the “read until page 100, that’s when it gets really good”…. it just makes me want to give up on the book altogether, because well, if it doesn’t hold my attention until now, why would I bother? It’s so frustrating when people say that.
    AND so agree about the special editions and exclusive content in some editions. It’s so unfair, especially for international readers and…. young adults. I mean, young adults can’t afford twelve copies of their favorite books for extra content, ugh;
    LOVE this post! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Thank you, Marie!! ๐Ÿ’œ Honestly, if something only gets good after the first 100 pages (or more) my rating will be, at best, 3 stars, so why bother reading further into the book?? ๐Ÿ˜ฉ
      So true!! Not to mention that no one should be forced to buy the same book twice (or more) to get a teeny tiny bit of extra content?? Special editions (without + content) are fine and can boost sales, so I don’t mind those.
      Thanks!!

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  14. I definitely agree with the bookstagramming one! I actually tried a bookstagram some years ago, but I was too obsessed with finding an aesthetic for my feed that I got frustrated and gave up. Sounds petty but I was around 15 when I tried it, and it sounds pretty funny that I gave up for that reason. Taking pics and editing them also take time that I was not committed to doing.

    jillian @ jillian etc.

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  15. Wow, you certainly have some hates. Iโ€™m guilty of half stars but honestly, I feel like star ratings are pointless because I rate most things 3 stars+ and without reading my review youโ€™re never going to know why. I kind of want to abandon the star ratings altogether but havenโ€™t figured out what a good alternative would be. And bookstagram? I just donโ€™t get it? I tried and I just sdonโ€™t have the time or patience, folks that do manage it are amazing, but I just donโ€™t take many pictures and I donโ€™t want to take a million pictures to get the right one. maybe Iโ€™m just old. And exclusive editions! I may ocassionaly buy one if itโ€™s easily available to me but I hate when itโ€™s released after the original book release. There are few books I want multiple copies of, it would have to be something pretty special to make me buy a second copy for the sake of a tiny short story which adds nothing to the original book. I only buy the illustrated Harry potter books because that artwork is stunning, that adds something extra but I also love that series even if I strongly disagree with some choice JK Rowling has made since but thatโ€™s a rant for another day.

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    1. I like ratings, because they allow me to keep track of how much or how little I liked something. Although the problem there tends to be that my opinion changes, so books I rated five stars a few years ago are no longer five star reads… but it’s effectively impossible (and pointless) to go back and re-rate everything.
      Same, bookstagram is so damn time-consuming, and it really is not worth it if you don’t enjoy doing it – I didn’t so I gave up. The illustrated Harry Potter books are so pretty!

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  16. I also dislike Stephen King, lowkey hate bookstagram, prefer first person POV, and hate exclusive editions of books altogether (freaking cash grabs).

    I actually abandoned my star ratings completely a year ago because it’s so arbitrary and personal, it’s too difficult for me and half stars won’t help.

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  17. First off, I love the title “Salty Seven”! Let’s see…

    “(1) I donโ€™t understand the hype over โ€œincorrect * enter book title*โ€ twitter accounts.”
    You mean account that make fun of books in a playful manner? Did I understood you correctly? Because I’ve never encountered one so far…I’m so out of the loop LOL

    “(2) I donโ€™t use half star ratings.”
    Half-star ratings are LIFE for me LOL. But I know plenty of people who can’t stand them/don’t bother to use them. And while I could never do without them, I don’t particularly care if others use them or not. It’s like, I would never go out without make-up, but it’s not like I think everyone should do the same…

    “(5) First person point of view is superior to third person point of view.”
    Like you, I prefer 1st person because it feels more personal, though there are people who see it as lazy writing. But it all boils down to the book, really. No 1st-person narrative will ever be able to redeem a bad novel. And I’ve read some excellent 3rd-person ones!

    “(6) Exclusive editions of a book which contain an additional story are unfair to internation(al ๐Ÿ˜‰) and poor readers.”
    Everyone’s entitled to spend their money as they please, but not only this is unfair – it’s a milking-the-cow attitude and I strongly dislike it (though I’ve never been touched by it personally).

    Keep the salty stuff coming! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. Thanks!

      1) I think you missed out on – or not, lol – incorrect X accounts, because they are made for hyped books and series. Basically, they tweet dialogues of the characters that did NOT happen in the books, but could technically happen (although, tbh, I don’t find them very accurate haha) . It’s like a tiny piece of fanfiction.

      2) Yeah, I think half star ratings are fine, I just don’t use them myself. But in others’ reviews, I not at all mind seeing them.

      5) Exactly, first person is generally more personal – it feels more like a real person talking then you reading a story. But third person can be just as good. Also, some books – e.g. ones with multiple perspectives – don’t work well with first person, imo, so it really depends on the book which one suits it.

      6) Exactly – I feel like exclusive editions without extra content can still be beneficial to the author/publisher, and those will not actively exclude readers. While many like pretty covers, missing out on a pretty cover is miles better than on extra content.

      Haha, I will.

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  18. im side-eyeing you over the 1st unpopular opinion hahah kidding kidding you’re valid im just going to pretend i didn’t read it ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ not using half star ratings is actually a really good idea. i’m so indecisive about ratings but i feel like using ‘weak or strong’ in place of halfstars could be really beneficial for the whole goodreads community (since we sure dont look like we’re getting half stars in the near future)

    i have never read a stephen king book but i’ve watched and read a lot of reviews and the only thing i can think of is “Yikes” bc there are some REALLY questionable themes he adds in his books and i think…….i might just stay away….

    okay i seriously loved the salt in this post, it made me laugh a lot. great post i’d love to see more of these unpopular opinion posts bc theyre always so much fun!! ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ

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    1. That’s okay. ๐Ÿ˜‚ I’m glad they work for you. ๐Ÿ˜€ Goodreads sure as hell has managed NOT to give us anything we’ve been asking for, like a better search engine… so half star ratings are probably out of the question. ๐Ÿ˜‚

      There really are!! And there are tropes he loves, like the “magical native Americans,” and it’s just so cringe-worthy and eh. He is peak mediocre white male horror author.

      Thank you!! I have a one coming on hyped characters I dislike. ๐Ÿ˜…

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  19. I have been trying so hard to get into bookstagram, but yeah… it’s just a lot of the same thing. Pictures of books, candles, and flowers. And while they’re all pretty, eventually they’re all pretty much the same. Love the community though, so I’m more there for the conversations from those intense captions that are so hard to write xD

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  20. I am not that into uncorrect accounts but I do follow two for song of achilles and percy jackson and they make me laugh, so I’m happy. I don’t use half stars either because it is just easier for when I cross post reviews to Goodreads and Amazon. But if I could I would have 3.5 stars. But that’s it. I’m okay without them. I also lose interest when they say ‘just get this far’ into a book or series because that’s not the point. You want to be able to enjoy it from the get go. People kept telling me that for HP and it never got any better ๐Ÿ˜› I am trying my first King novel this month to see what the fuss is all about. Bookstagram is my love โค But not every platform is for everyone. And I am not about exclusive editions either…

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    1. I haven’t even seen the Percy Jackson one – maybe that’s one I’d enjoy. ๐Ÿ‘€ I think if I had to choose one half star rating I’d use, I’d choose 4.5 stars, because a lot of books are between 4 and 5 stars, and it’s hard to decide. Haha, yeah, with series I try not to listen to those who say it gets better – even if it does, I still wasted my time on at least one book. Ooh, let me know how you like King!! I’ll try to look out for your posts/videos, though I’ve been SO BEHIND on blog-hopping lately. You make some of the most unique pics for bookstagram!!

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  21. I don’t get those Twitter accounts either – occasionally they’re funny but I usually just end up sitting there like ????

    And I totally agree with you on the half stars – I’ve never used or wanted to use them. It would just be the same as changing ratings to โญ/10 and that is just way too many numbers for me to choose from. Don’t even get me started on the people who put ratings like 3.75 stars! Why do you need to be so precise?? ๐Ÿ˜‚

    This was such a fun post to read, thanks! ๐Ÿ˜„

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    1. A lot of the time they are just so… unrealistic, more wish-fullfilment than what a character would really say. I’m glad people enjoy them, especially now, but they are not for me. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

      Exactly!! I use IMDb to save movies and shows I’ve watched, and the ten star system is CONFUSING. Too many choices! I don’t get quarter and 3/4 ratings either, haha. Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  22. Yesss for being salty!! Oh my goodness, you don’t even know how much I agree with number 3!! I feel the same way with TV shows too, like if you have to tell me that it gets good by season 2, meaning that all of season 1 isn’t good, then the show isn’t good!

    As for half star ratings, I only like using them because I’m so indecisive ๐Ÿ˜… I’ll usually use it when I want to give a book 3 stars but I feel a little bit bad about it so I’ll say, oh it’s actually 3.5 stars rounded down to 3.

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    1. So true!! And people say this about tv shows really frequently, and like, no, I’m not going to suffer through idk how many hours to possibly get to a better part.
      Haha, that’s fair!! I don’t like them exactly because I’m indecisive. ๐Ÿ˜… It introduces all these “new numbers” and makes rating books even harder for me.

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  23. I’ve never heard of the whole โ€œuncorrect * enter book title* twitter thing but it would probably irk me too!
    I also don’t understand the love of Stephen King and I hate “exclusive” book editions with extra content because I feel like I’ve paid my money and now I’m missing out.
    You are not alone. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Stephen King is so baffling, because I don’t think either his writing or his plots are that special but people LOVE him to this day. So true, it sucks to not get extra content especially when you love the story and/or characters. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  24. Oh my gosh the exclusive editions thing — I live internationally, so I have a lot less choices with book covers and sizes and all that (if I want to track down a specific edition, I might have to visit several bookstores in one day and who has the time for that?). I do love the idea behind it, but sometimes I do have to put up with missing things like bonus short stories or cool art.

    I enjoyed this post! It’s always cool to hear opinions and perspectives โค

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  25. Stephen King is both out of touch and overrated. He brings up how he doesn’t believe in diversity but getting success through “merit”. No one is successful through merit. It’s all connections, money, and if you’re a male, white dude. Let’s be honest.

    Secondly, I agree with you about Bookstagram. I’m glad you voiced it. I’ve been thinking about leaving. No one wants genuine connection. It’s all about aesthetic.

    I’ve been trying to use half star ratings less… but sometimes 3.5 stars feels like a legitimate expression about my feelings on the book (3.5 out 5 = 7). Above average, but not excellent? Ahhh. But doing a half star system all the way from 1-5 is definitely much.

    Great post! I can’t believe I nearly missed it!

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    1. Definitely agree with you on King. My “favorite” thing about him is that he is always trying to sell himself as this great, progressive guy, and then goes and does things like this. (Not to mention the content of his books.)

      Yeah. I know people who’re really satisfied with the community, but I just couldn’t get into it. That said, I was definitely to blame as well. I didn’t like looking at pictures, or commenting, it always felt like a chore. So I was part of the problem for sure. ๐Ÿ˜…

      I’m glad half stars work for you!! They’re fine, and I “get them” when I read someone’s review/look at their rating, but I can’t imagine using them? They just further confuse my rating system.

      Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  26. Love this post! I do agree with every single thing youโ€™ve mentioned in it and doing a victory dance inside my head because I cannot believe that someone has said it! Stephen King is quite overrated in my opinion and Iโ€™m saying that after trying to get through the majority of his books without succeeding. They just dragged on too much for my liking. Also, I try to stay away from third person narration at all costs because reading a story in first person makes it so much easier to relate to! And donโ€™t get me started on bookstagramming. It was really fun at the beginning, because I love taking aesthetically pleasing photos in general, but it was so much work that I didnโ€™t have the resources or the time for! I might get into it again, sometime in the future, but blogging is more satisfying for me right now!

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  27. FINALLY someone that doesn’t enjoy bookstagram as much as everyone else. Just like you, I tried, and sometimes I think about going back just because that’s what influencers do and bla bla bla. But I barely use Instagram because I don’t like it, taking pictures is annoying to me, and don’t even get me started on the captions. Twitter is much more my jam.

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  28. Hello! I really found this post a little hilarious and yes, I can relate with all your opinions except for the last one about Bookstagram (me lives Bookstagram really much, ahahaha), well I look forward to more posts from ya!

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