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I saw a story by someone who basically got everyone to say controversial, honest…

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I saw a story by someone who basically got everyone to say controversial, honest thoughts about Booksta. Let’s break the mould of what bookstagram should be and talk about what we WANT to use it for.

(*Disclaimer, this isn’t aimed at anyone and these are just my opinions and shouldn’t affect how anyone posts*)

I’ll start..

🙈When people include the synopsis in their review – I always prefer to write/read a review that’s a full review of how they actually feel about the book story and writing style etc.. I prefer to find the synopsis on Goodreads and Amazon sometimes!

Go go go! Feel free to DM me and I’ll share anonymously to my story // comment below!!

I’ve tagged some people to get involved but you don’t have to.. anyone can! 💞😋

6 thoughts on “I saw a story by someone who basically got everyone to say controversial, honest…

  1. I don’t like it when I get long negative messages about a book I’m starting. I really want to hear people’s opinions and I LOVE a good debate about a book. But if I get negative messages it puts me in a bad mood for a book and I think I don’t enjoy it as much. I’d rather someone messaged me and said “I didn’t enjoy this too much but I’d love to discuss it with you when I’ve finished” 😍

  2. Definitely agree with this! I do love a full review of how people feel about books. 💕 I also personally prefer if people write the synopsis in their own words – especially if it’s part of their own review. Xx

  3. I genuinely just love seeing decent reviews and themed stacks (not just colours but like genres or theme) as I’ve discovered some really great books that way.

  4. I agree most of the time – because a lot of Bookstagrammers share the latest best sellers, so we all have an idea of what the book is about from seeing so many posts. I do like it sometimes though if the Bookstagrammer is sharing a lesser-known book, as it can intrigue me and make me want to investigate the book more!

  5. @somethingarosie @katiI really disliked Conversations With Friends. I found it pretentious and boring.

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