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Review Policy: I am both an active reader and reviewer. I do accept books for reviews from various publishing agencies and individuals. However, I will evaluate the requests in order to determine whether I will review the book or not. My evaluation of the requests will not only depend on my likability but will also depend on how many requests I am having at the time. I will respond to all review requests within 5 business days when requests are open (see above). You will be asked for a paperback (or hardback) of your book if I accept your book for review. I do not accept any other versions (one cannot sit in front of digital machines all the time). Therefore, please do not send review requests if you cannot provide a physical copy for review. One other important thing to note is that all the reviews posted on this blog are my opinions and not influenced by outside sources. Do not think that I will give a great review just because I got a free book. While the review will be posted in this blog, the same will also be shared on various other social platforms such as Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and tumblr, etc.
What I Review: I accept all genres of fiction (Literary Fiction, Classics, Historical-Fiction, Science-Fiction, Speculative-Fiction, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, YA Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Suspense-Thrillers, Murder-Mysteries, Drama, Horror, Romance, Contemporary and others) and Non-Fiction. However, I do not accept children’s books, books on religion/spirituality, health/diet/exercise and self-help books. If you have a book that is a part of a series, I would appreciate reading the previous books in the series first before the latest.
If you’ve read the above, and feel that your book would be a good fit for my blog, kindly submit the given form:
Or, just drop a mail to email@example.com, if you are finding it difficult to fill the form.
*Kindly note that I receive a number of review requests every month and cannot reply to all. I will respond only to those requests which I am accepting. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
(These guidelines were last updated on August 25, 2016)