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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 and nonfiction focused on food and fashion. As far as genre, I only accept review requests for contemporary YA. I'll field requests broadly across topics in nonfiction.  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.comI 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 with your pitch and requests. I also promote my posts on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.If you would like to propose a guest post or request to do an interview, pleas…

Weekly Review and Recommendations: Week 7

Hey guys! This week I only got around to two books (sorry), but I've had a busy week. This week looks like it's gonna be busy again, so I'm not going to push myself to finish my current read tonight. But that means I can guarantee at least one great book next week: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowe. Not only have I heard great things about this title, I'm halfway through and so impressed. As for my books this week, I had one good read and one not so much. It was unfortunate, but you have to read a few every once and a while. Enjoy!

Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone (https://www.amazon.com/Every-Last-Tamara-Ireland-Stone-ebook/dp/B00RY6YX56/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1493051209&sr=1-1&keywords=every+last+word)
Overview: Every Last Word is the story of Samantha McAlister member of the popular group The Crazy Eights. But things with the popular girls are starting to fall apart. How can a friendship where you have to hide your biggest secret …