sleep_aurora (sleep_aurora) wrote in bookish,

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So I've been following this community for some time now, almost a year I think! Yet I still post very rarely. I still keep my reviews hand written in a diary and somehow don't have the confidence to post them online in any way. For some reason I don't feel anyone will be interested in what I have to say. I'm curious how people came to reviewing books and decided on a format. I want to start reviewing the books I read yet I'm afraid that my opinion doesn't matter. I guess I'm looking for inspiration and suggestions for how to jump in.

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