It looks like you don’t really have so much content that you need to put in the work to make a dynamic site.
Here are some things that I might do, were I starting a simple redesign of your site:
Consolidate the index of reviews into one list instead of having “my first two reviews” on one page and the rest on another.
Have each review on it’s own page, and use a standard naming convention to name each HTML file. This will help out a lot as your site grows.
Maybe have a drop down menu on the front page as well as a seperate page with links to all the reviews on the site. Put the drop down list close to the top to make it easily accessible to your audience. So far that makes three pages you will have to create/edit when you update the site: You’ll need to create the page with the review, edit the drop down list and edit the main list.
Get rid of all the empty space at the bottom of some of the pages. It makes it more difficult to reach the navigation links at the bottom.
When you make your master page of review links, get rid of the white space between them and organize them by author or title, to make it easier for people to find. Also add the date of the review to the link.
Change the background on the main page and any page where the background overlaps on larger resolutions. The background on the “Pink Links” page is good, since it stretches without overlapping.
I think I actually added one more thing you might have to do when you update, but really, editing two html pages with a single line shouldn’t take more than a couple minutes and, if you have a standard template for each of your reviews, it’s a simple matter of pasting your review into it and saving that page.
You can also work on cleaning up the formatting to make it easier to parse.
Again, these are just suggestions. Looks like a fun project!