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Review Policy, etc


I LOVE BOOKS! And I'm open to receiving books for review. Print and ebooks, both.

Print books -

  • I read ARCs but generally prefer to receive final copies (aka, the actual book you'll find in a store)

Ebooks -

  • I'd prefer to get MOBI format (for my Kindle) but other versions are also acceptable.
  • If your book is coming out in print and you'd rather send an e-copy for advance review - I'm totally open to that. I'd love it if you could later on send me a physical copy of the book as well, but that's totally up to you.

Authors/Editors/Illustrators are most welcome to participate in this blog with guest posts.

I'm also open to participating in blog tours / virtual book promotions.

Book excerpts, author q&a's are also welcome.

If I could, I would read and review every book that I receive. But that's impossible.

Please know I'll read the books when I have time and my reviews will always reflect my honest opinion.

If I really don't like a book, I'm not going to review it. (Believe me, you don't want the negative publicity either)

Sometimes I just don't have the time to review a book - my sincere apologies, but I'm only human.

It is also not possible for me to reply to every review request I get. Thanks for understanding.


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