When I write reviews, I often get stuck in my emotions. I usually have no idea what to say, don't know which words to use, which would fit best with what I'm feeling. And sometimes I feel as if I have too many words at my disposal and don't know which one I should use! This usually (and by "usually" I mean "always") happens when I write reviews.
When I'm writing a good review about a book that I loved, I feel stumped. All I can seem to think about is how the book was so amazing, how it was so good, that it's like I've hit a brick wall of feels and I can't seem to get past the state of holy-shit-this-book-was-so-damn-great. Basically I'm just like
But when I'm writing a review on a book I didn't like, I can't help but let my hatred seep out of my pores and spew onto my words. You know what I mean? I can't help but dissect every aspect of the book and just shout from the highest mountains why it was so bad. Like, once I start a bad book review, I can't stop myself until I've elaborated on each and every thing wrong with the book.
Am I the only one? Does anyone else get stuck writing a good book review but can't help but write a novel for your bad book reviews? Please, leave a comment below and let me know!