This is the clairfication of certain rules. Once again:
Past reviews can be found in the Memories References can be found here References
1. When reviewing please inform us about what you are reviewing. I'd like to see what media you are reviewing in the title. like _____(book,game,etc)Review Also if it has spoilers! Please note if you are doing spoilered reviews. There are ways to avoid spoilers!
I'd like to see something like this for books/manga/manwa:
Book: Author: Publisher:
this for games Game: Publisher: Developer Rating:(try to use as many continental systems that you know of, look here for references:Rating systems It has all the rating systems you may need at the bottom System:
this for CD's Album: Band: Producers: Rating:
And this for DVDs Title: Producers: Rating
Special Format for Anime: Anime Title: Company: (Mad house, 4 kids) Rating: Episodes/Season:
It's not set in stone, but at least have the title of the media you are reviewing. Notes: -Adding a picture of the CD, DVD, Book, or Game is fine. A cell phone picture or one lifted off the net (please don't hotlink) is okay it has to be fair usage pictures.
-If you have a movie that ties in to the book and you want to link it- that's fine too. Reviewing the movie seperately or both together in one post is fine, as long as you differentiate between them. Linking to your old posts if reviewing a movie for a book is great.
- Additional info such as book page #'s or minutes in a film is fine too.
-Websites to a books/publisher, author's, artist site are totally welcome and give extra info to viewers sometimes and referrence. Try to give it a wiki/reference link too. It helps people understand the media. No fansites. That can cause trouble for people who don't like them. Instead Link them to the references.
-Also: Linking out to a book blog of your own if you've already have reviewed is fine. I'm making a giant resource file and you can add to it. Please ask the blog owner before linking them
Addional notes: If you want to link away and bold I'll teach you real quick.
< a href="" > This is a link tag Please don't use the extra spaces because then it'll mess up your html. you put your link into the quotations. < /a > closes your tag.
okay! Now you have to have a word that links you out when you touch it. lets use "tweak!"