Please read below carefully before submitting a request for review. Thank you!
I love books! I love that talented people can use an array of words to create worlds and stories that allow our minds to escape the daily grind. That being said, when I review a piece of work it is 100% my opinion and in no way is meant to insult, attack and demean an author. I have too much respect for the process to ever do such a thing.
I have never and will never accept financial compensation for my opinion.
Due to work, motherhood, and life in general I cannot provide a time period in which I will have your book read. There are times when I’m simply too tired, overwhelmed or just not in the mood to read a specific book or genre. I can promise then if/when I read your book and decide to review it that my review will be honest and sincere.
Just because I agree to read your book doesn’t mean I’ll review it. I refuse to post sub-par work from myself and it wouldn’t be fair to the author.
I welcome blog tours, guest post and Q&A’s from authors and will pick a date I can adhere to as long as I am given a legitimate amount of information ahead of time.
Rushed and last minute just doesn’t work for me or my lifestyle anymore.
Here are the genres I am most likely to read:
Paranormal (Except werewolves, ghost and witches)
What I’m most likely not going to read:
At this time I will only accept Ebook (mobi files) and print books.
Examples of what I’ve read throughout the years:
I received an audio version of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Audiobooks are hard. The story can be great but if the person narrating doesn’t convince you of that you aren’t going to finish the book. I’m so …
First off, thank you to Wendi and Deborah for sending me a copy of their latest book Tau’s Pride. In exchange for the honor of reading it no charge, I agreed to give an honest review.Where do I even begin! The battle is over and there …
When I read the synopsis of this story I was immediately interested. Being a new mother, I am worried about bullying. Not that she’ll be bullied n…
Mrs. Houdini, by Victoria Kelly, left too much to be desired for me. The book started slow and I expected that but then it stayed slow and got slower. I…
I received this book from NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press in exchange for an honest review.The Things We Keep, by Sally Hepworth, is a beautiful story. Sure it’s about a two women having to deal with a major life changing dilemmas but…
I look forward to hearing from you!