Review Policy and Contact Info

*I am not currently accepting any review requests.*
What do I review:

I typically review the following genres: fantasy, urban fantasy, historical fiction, dystopian/post-apocalyptic, horror, and mystery. I read Adult Fiction, YA Fiction, and select Middle-Grade Fiction as well. I accept digital (epub, mobi), physical copies, and audiobooks (I prefer receiving audiobooks via Audible format).

I don’t typically accept reviews for the following (although there are always exceptions to the rule): Non-Fiction, Memoirs, Christian Fiction, Cookbooks, Self-Help. I also don’t read books out of order so if your review request is for an established series that I haven’t read, I won’t be accepting.

What you can expect:
  • My reviews are honest, subjective, and in accordance with FTC guidelines. I don’t withhold my opinion when it comes to my reviews which does include positive and negative reviews. Even though I am always truthful this does not mean that if I dislike something about a book I will openly bash it; I do believe there is a positive way of writing negative reviews.
  • All reviews that I write are posted with a 1-5 star rating on Goodreads, on this blog, re-tweeted through my Twitter and Facebook accounts, and occasionally posted to Amazon.
  • If you need a review completed by a certain date please let me know that when contacting me and I will try my best to make your book review a priority. If I’m not able to meet deadline I will let you know in advance.
  • Please keep in mind though, considering I receive a large amount of review requests the fact that I accepted your request does not necessarily guarantee a review. I am also not able to respond to all requests.


5 responses to “Review Policy and Contact Info

  1. For your review consideration,

    Cave Publishing is proud to present,

    In The Void Of Lies

    by Kirby Roy III

    In The Void Of Lies, is a riveting tale of infidelity and redemption intermingled against the passage of the Health Care Bill. The action begins with Justin Powell applying for a job with Senator Fitzgerald. The Senator is in the midst of trying to pass the health care bill but is being blackmailed over his illegitimate son. For her part, Justin’s wife Tyra is trying to cover a similar secret.

    So as Senator Fitzgerald tries to make closed door deals to pass his legislation, the excitement comes to a boil as his wife confronts his lies while Justin and Tyra try to decide on the outcome of their marriage. And in a dramatic conclusion almost torn from the latest news headlines, Senator Fitzgerald stands at the Senate podium addressing the nation in an effort to see the health care bill made law. And with that, the tale ends with the truth redeeming all that they were hiding.

  2. I just wanted to thank you for making a upcoming list for Ellen Datlow’s newest anthology NIGHTMARES: A New Decade of Modern Horror. I read that you are not accepting review requests, so I won’t bug you , but if you decide to read this, please let me know. (And you can check out our website to see other books that may or may not interest you. I am always open to sending review copies.

    All the best, and thanks again,

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