Rating System

It’s been long overdue to add a rating system!

Some might have asked: How do you rank your 0-5 stars? What do you mean with giving 3 stars out of 5? (I bet no one has asked that but just in case, here’s my rating system!)

0 stars: “Wow I think my brain got fried but not in a good way. I don’t know how I have survived this. I really was thinking to quit this book/movie/TV show.” This might have never happened to happen before, I never give 0 stars. Yet. It must be really awful.

1 star: “This has been so bad, I give myself half a star for surviving it. Some words haven’t been that bad, so they get 0,5 stars too.” Giving 1 star is very similar to giving zero stars, so it might depend on my mood or slight quality differences that something is better or worse than 1 star.

2 stars: “I made it through and I enjoyed it sometimes at some points, but overall I didn’t like it.” That says it all.

3 stars: “It’s been an average journey. Not too good, not too bad.” This rating happens if it’s not a new concept to me or I didn’t feel the story yet it’s been too good to be given 2 stars.

4 stars: “Hey, that has been cool! I enjoyed it a lot! Yet I’m not too excited to give it 5 stars.” This happens if something is better than average, yet it hasn’t had that original twist, that little something I like to give books/movies/TV shows.

5 stars: “I LOVED IT SO MUCH. O M G. WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE?!” That happens when stories are super original, are funny, well written, filmed, you pick it. Sadly that doesn’t happen too much. Write good stories, please!

xo Annina