Spoiler Policy

In general, there will be some spoilers in my reviews, especially since I get a lot of ARCs and read those books prior to publication. I will try not to spoil any major plot twists, unless I absolutely can’t discuss the book without talking about it. In that case, I will always make sure to put the spoilers under the “read more” cut, with a spoiler warning. If you really don’t want to be spoiled at all for a book, I’m going to suggest you don’t read past the cut.

I also post about movie adaptations of books. Posting about an upcoming movie means that I may be discussing how certain plot points will be handled in the movie, or how certain actors will fare as a character. Again, I will try to put any major spoilers behind a cut for anyone who may not have read the book, but you should be prepared for posts about the cast as well as trailers, photos, or behind-the-scenes footage of the film. I do not consider any official material that the studio releases a spoiler, and I will post it without a spoiler warning.

This is not a spoiler-free blog, and I will use my best judgment as to what is a spoiler. I try to be considerate about spoilers, but I have a fairly relaxed view on what is a spoiler, so read at your own will.