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Review Policy

If you're a publisher or author who's interested in sending me a book to review, please note my review policy below.

I'm always interested in the prospect of reviewing new books, but there are certain genres I don't currently read, and so will not be accepting any books included in the following:

Explicit Romance Books

I am currently accepting books from the following genres:

Young Adult (all genres).
Adult Fiction (Chick Lit, Contemporary, Sweet Romances, Cozy Mysteries)
Inspirational Fiction
Middle Grade (all genres)
Inspirational Non-Fiction

I promise to give your book a one hundred percent honest review. I can't promise that I'll love your book, but I do promise a well thought out review that will highlight all the reasons that I did or did not like the book, and my general thoughts on the characters, setting, writing style, and plot development.

I will always state in my reviews where I received the book from, and all reviews will be posted on my blog unless otherwise requested.

I'm generally a very fast reader, and I can usually stick to a timeline that works for you. I simply ask that you inform me of this before you send the book so there's no miscommunication.

I'm currently accepting physical books, ebooks, and audiobooks.

I reserve the right to decline book requests that I feel don't fit under the categories I've listed.

If you're interested in sending me a book to review, please contact me at and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 


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