Review Policy

I am CLOSED to request to read Advanced Readers Copies (ARCs) and published books. Sometimes I accept e-books, but I am more likely to accept physical copies as I do not own a kindle/e-reader of any sort. (However, I plan on buying one soon!) If you are wanting to send me an email, please read my policy before you do so that is below.

Please be aware that by sending me a review request, you are understanding that all of my reviews are 100% honest. My reviews are also not meant to be harmful in any way, shape or form and they are completely my own opinion. Also, I do reserve the right to decline the review request due to my interest in the book not being enough for me to want to read.

What will I review?

When submitting a request for me to review your book, ensure that your title follows the requirements I have set. Otherwise, I will not reply to your email or proceed to read further.

Your novel must be Young Adult, although I might accept Middle-Grade if it is interesting enough.
I DO NOT ACCEPT NEW ADULT / ADULT BOOKS.

In addition to that, I accept the following genres:

Fantasy (High, Urban & Fairy Tale Retellings), Historical Fiction, Science Fiction (Sci-Fi), Contemporary, Action/Adventure, Dystopian, Paranormal & Mystery/Crime 

When writing a submission email, please ensure to have the title, the summary of the book and why you think I’d like it. I’m more likely to accept review requests from more personalized emails and also a book that is diverse, #ownvoices or features a marginalized group.

What I can do for you

If I do decide to accept your review request, there are some things I may be able to do besides reviewing the book. I can offer the following things:

  • Participation in a book blog tour
  • Conduct an author interview
  • Hosting a giveaway (You would have to provide and mail the prizes)
  • You can also write a guest post on my blog on a topic of your choice that will be suited to my blog. (We would discuss this)

Where do my reviews go?

My review will be posted on my blog, Goodreads, and Amazon. I’ll post a photo of the book on my Instagram and Twitter accounts. I also will sometimes use Instagram Stories to talk about the book if it’s an appropriate time when I finish it! This is usually with some thoughts and a link to my full review.

welcome to weep candleHow are my reviews structured?

  • Book Cover
  • General Information (Book Title, Author, etc.)
  • Purchase Links
  • Featured Image
  • Synopsis
  • Non-Spoiler Review (With about 2-3 Quotes)
  • Author Profile (With their Social Media)

Thank you for taking the time to read my review policy!

If you do wish to contact me about anything, please head over to my contact page to find out how!

Comments

  • Grace

    March 26, 2018 at 9:29 pm
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    Hi Joel. I'd like to submit the first book in my series, The Day 12 Witches Burned, to you for review. I don't know if you've purchased your e-reader yet; I can do .mobi, .epub, PDF, or paperback. The series is YA paranormal romance. I have 4 books and 1 novella out in the series, with the fifth underway. The Psychokinetic: Edinburgh, Scotland: On a rainy night in 1479, twelve expectant mothers gave their lives so their unborn daughters could live. Falsely accused of murder, the twelve coven-sisters cast a spell to send their girls to a time when they would not be prosecuted for their blood heritage as Earth Witches. Unknown to the mothers, an ancient evil followed the daughters to rid them of their powers and take them for his own. O’Neill, Nebraska: In present-day 2015, not all weather changes can be predicted. Erika has fought every day for the control she has over her psychokinetic powers. While she cannot deny the pleasure she takes in creating rainstorms or cloud formations, she is very much aware of how dangerous her powers can be if her emotions are left unchecked. So Erika watches her every move…until one day when Fate had […] Read MoreHi Joel. I'd like to submit the first book in my series, The Day 12 Witches Burned, to you for review. I don't know if you've purchased your e-reader yet; I can do .mobi, .epub, PDF, or paperback. The series is YA paranormal romance. I have 4 books and 1 novella out in the series, with the fifth underway. The Psychokinetic: Edinburgh, Scotland: On a rainy night in 1479, twelve expectant mothers gave their lives so their unborn daughters could live. Falsely accused of murder, the twelve coven-sisters cast a spell to send their girls to a time when they would not be prosecuted for their blood heritage as Earth Witches. Unknown to the mothers, an ancient evil followed the daughters to rid them of their powers and take them for his own. O’Neill, Nebraska: In present-day 2015, not all weather changes can be predicted. Erika has fought every day for the control she has over her psychokinetic powers. While she cannot deny the pleasure she takes in creating rainstorms or cloud formations, she is very much aware of how dangerous her powers can be if her emotions are left unchecked. So Erika watches her every move…until one day when Fate had another plan for her. Thank you for your time. Grace. Read Less

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