*I AM CURRENTLY NOT TAKING REVIEW REQUESTS AT THIS TIME*
Firstly, I’d like to say thank you for being interesting in having me read your book. I’m very appreciative and honored that you would choose me for this opportunity. Second, I want to thank the authors and publishers who have done giveaways through LibraryThing, The Reading Room and Goodreads. I apologize if it takes me so long to review your book but it will get done.
If you would like to request a review please refer to the following guidelines:
- Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (two other fellow nerds use this email so there are two other people who could potentially read your book and review as well as myself) or you can contact me through my contact page.
- My favorite genre is fantasy but I will take on any book that sounds interesting of any genre and age range (I did a children’s picture book once and it was lovely).
- I take either paperback or ebook (.mobie files) and do not give a preference to either. So whichever is easiest for you.
- I cannot promise a specific time when I will have read and review your book UNLESS you provide me with a time frame when you would like to have the review up. Please let me know in the request otherwise I will assume there is none and it will be put at the end of the list of others books I have to read and review. (Please note that I give preference to ARCs and books with requested review dates, so if you want to have a review soon you must tell me so, otherwise I cannot promise when the review will be done since I have a lot of books on my list as well as books I’d like to read for pleasure.)
- Please provide a synopsis of your book and a small excerpt. (excerpt is not required but I would prefer to see an example of the writing style before accepting a request).
- All my reviews are honest. Giving me a free copy of your book does not guarantee a great review. If I liked your book, I’ll say so. If I didn’t like it, I’ll say that as well.
Below is the list of books that have been requested for a review as well as books won through giveaways (mostly LibraryThing) in return for a review. I will read and review in the order I receive the book (exceptions for ARCs, priority review dates and the occasional novella/short story). To the authors that have already given me books to review or books I’ve won, I am sorry if you have had to wait so long. My schedule is unpredictable at the moment but I will get your book read and reviewed. Once the review is up and running I will send you a link to see it. All reviews I write are posted to Goodreads and LibraryThing, but I can post them to Amazon and Barnes & Noble as well.
Given to Review
- Cyndere’s Midnight by Jeffrey Overstreet 
- Evil Water by Inger Wolf 
- The Aylesford Skull by James P. Blaylock 
- A World Apart by David M. Brown 
- The Mine by John A. Heldt 
- Tale of the Music-Thief by Earl T. Roske 
- Deeper by Jane Thomson 
- Beastly Beautiful by Dara England 
- Root Bound by Tanya Karen Gough 
- The Elementals by Troy Jackson 
- Khantara: Volume One by Michelle Franklin 
- The Devil’s Grin by Annelie Wendeberg 
- Comes the Night by Norah Wilson 
- The Visitors by Earl T. Roske 
- Worlds Apart by Daniel Kelley 
- The Last Victim by Karen Robards 
- 2:20 by Holly Hook
- After the Darkness: Episode 1 by SunHi Mistwalker 
- After the Darkness: Episode 2 by SunHi Mistwalker
- Misisipi by Michael Reilly 
- Whisper Lake by James Melzer
- Kydona by T. K. Krug III 
- After the Darkness: Episode 3 by SunHi Mistwalker 
- After the Darkness: Episode 4 by SunHi Mistwalker