On each review, I'm going to give the book in question some "ratings".
The number of stars indicates how much I enjoyed the book-- 5 stars being the highest. You'll probably notice I give out stars like candy on Halloween. I like to give 5 star ratings and I'm not terribly stingy about them, but if I didn't like the book, you'll know it for sure. :)
The "risquety" (sure it's a word, I just said it, right?) will be how, well, risque the book is.
A "0" is completely clean, "1" has some inuendo, but I would still recommend it to, say, my teenage sister.
A "2" indicates that I probably wouldn't recommend it for most teens, but wouldn't worry about recommending it to adults.
A "3" means I would recommend it to most adults, but I would include a disclaimer.
A "4" means I finished the book, but there's enough in it that I probably would not recommend it.
A "5" means I didn't even finish the book.
*If the book is yf/jf, middle grade, or a picture book, I won't bother with the "R=".
Violence and language don't bother me as much, so I'm not going to rate those as much, but if the violence or language is heavy, I'll put "violence" or "language" right under the "R=".
Clear as mud? I thought so.
If applicable, I'll also state where I got the book.