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Reviewer Policy

Here is my reviewer policy for those interested in working with the blog.

  • I would love ARC's in physical copy format, but I will accept ebooks compatible with reading on Kindle. 
  • I read YA books. As for genre, I generally read contemporary, but I am open to fantasy, fairy tale interpretations, mystery, thriller, or biographies. I am would consider Sci-Fi or horror/paranormal, but they are genres I tend to avoid. 
  • If I choose to review your book, I will post a review about a week before the given publication date. If you have a specific time you would like the review posted, please contact me at readingwritingandme@gmail.com
  • I review most books I read, and while I respect every author and try to only be constructive, I have an obligation to my readers to be honest.
  • I will respond to every review request I get. Please send them to readingwritingandme@gmail.com
  • I post three times per week on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. ARC posts are delivered on Wednesdays and Fridays. Each post features one book.
  • I also post shorter reviews on Amazon and Goodreads and promote my posts on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.
If you would like me to review a book please send:

  • Title of the book
  • Author name
  • Description of the book (genre, plot, etc.)
  • Publication date of book if ARC.
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