Attention Writers/Authors!!

Attention All Authors/Writers!

Are you a published or self-published author trying to gain a larger audience? Then you won't want to miss this deal! As of today, I will now be accepting any requests to do a review of your novel.

Q: What are the terms?
A: YOU will send an email to You will give a paragraph summary of your written work, its genre, a few paragraphs excerpt, and why you think your novel is worthy to be reviewed on my blog. If I accept your request, you will then send me the manuscript of your novel in either a Word document or a PDF. Reason? I don't have time to be sitting on my computer all day so I need to be able to transfer the file to my Kobo, iPod, or whatever.

I will read your novel and when I am done, post an honest and thoughtful review on this blog.

Q: What types of written works are you accepting? Will you accept anything besides novels/novellas?
A: Here is a complete list of all the written works I will accept:
- published novels/novellas (such as the ones that can be found on the shelf of a bookstore)
- self-published novels/novellas (e.g. on Amazon)
- novels published to a website (such as Figment, Quibblo, or whatever)
- and in certain cases, I may accept plays, fanfiction, books of poetry, etc.

I will NOT accept short stories or a collection of just a few pieces of poetry.

Q: How long will it take you to review my novel?
A: It depends. During the school year, I will be slower. And the more interesting I find your novel, the faster I'll finish it. Makes sense? Good. :)

Here are the books I have reviewed in this review-for-a-read swap, in order from first to last (most recent at the bottom) and with my rating beside it:

† I Thirst by Gina Marinello-Sweeney (10/10)
† Simple & Pure by Michael Rahlfs (10/10)
† American Honey by Nancy Scrofano (8/10)
How to Become a Heroic Catholic by Catherine Stewart (10/10)

No comments: