I like reading fantasy stories and to procrastinate. You might have seen posts from me where I point out typos because those pain me. You might also have read my reviews.
In my reviews I try to be honest and I use the five star scale in a way that is (at least since about May/June 2019) rather strict and lower than the usual ratings on RRL. To all those authors where I dragged down the average rating, I'm sorry, the RRL rating system is just bad. A rough explanation how I use it would be: 5 stars means "perfect, this should be on the biggest bestseller lists, you must read it"; 4 stars means "good but with flaws, enjoyable, you should read it"; 3 stars means "interesting story, serious flaws but I still like it". The overall score is a mix of the technical subscores and how much I like the story.
Note/disclosure: The number of "follows" below is lower than the truth, I made a secondary account where I follow those stories (currently more than 40) that I presume dead, on the off chance that they are revived. But all favorites are still marked with this account.