Review requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. I also love to participate in blog tours, interviews, guest posts, giveaways, etc! However, I don't generally like to participate in mass cover reveals or trailer reveals unless I am particularly excited for the novel.
I am open to YA and New Adult review requests. I am open to both self-published and traditionally published. I do prefer physical copies but have absolutely no problem accepting egalleys. I will do everything I can to complete the book and review in a timely manner. If you have a particular deadline in mind, please include this in your request and I will do my best to accommodate this, though there are no guarantees. I reserve the right to decline any request.
I review most genres and am particularly interested in science fiction and contemporary. (I still enjoy a good dystopian, even if many people seem to be getting tired of them.) I do not read books with high religious content, self-help books, or non-fiction. I typically DO NOT review middle-grade fiction.
Some books simply do not interest me. Like everyone else, I don't have an unlimited amount of time. College is my top priority, and so I will, of course, not be able to accept every review request, and for this I apologize. Please include: the title, a brief synopsis or summary, a link to Goodreads or Amazon, and any other important information you think I should know.
In addition, if you are uncomfortable with the possibility that I will give the book a less than favorable review and rating, please think twice about contacting me. I'm in the business of being honest with my reviews. I am not, however, in the business of bashing or writing scathing reviews. I try to stay polite.
What to expect:
My reviews will include the basics, of course: the title, author, cover, synopsis, publication date, and Goodreads link. Along with this comes an honest review and rating. Reviews are cross-posted on Amazon and Goodreads.
ARC reviews will never be posted more than a month in advance of the release, (unless you request otherwise) though I usually post them 1-2 weeks before release, though I do generally talk about the books on my Twitter account at any time.