This page is purely to explain how I go about reviewing books so that if any authors land on this blog and decide they would like me to review their book (for some reason), they will know what to expect.
Firstly, I give myself five or six books to read every month for a “TBR” pile- within that, I will usually work in two or three ARCs/review copies. I prioritise the ARCs based on their publication date. If they are due out in the coming months, I will aim to have their review up about a week before they are published, in order to try and help generate some hype around that book through this blog.
If it is a book which was already published in the past, it probably is going to be pushed to the back burner a little bit, but I will still aim to get it read within a month or two of receiving it because I realise the authors are asking me a favour and I am more than happy to fulfill my promise to review as quickly as I can.
If you have a specific deadline in mind, let me know and I will try my best to bump it up the TBR list to suit your choice.
Furthermore, my reviews will always be honest. If I dislike a book, it will still get a review, because a negative opinion is still a valid opinion. However, I will always try my best to explain why I did not enjoy that particular book.
Upon reviewing, I will always acknowledge the author, the publisher and netgalley (if that is who provided me with the copy) for allowing me access to the book for review.
You can view all my currently published Netgalley/ARC reviews here
17/10/14- EDIT ://
Due to real life kicking into high gear over the next couple of months, and already being behind on review copies for netgalley etc, I will not be accepting any review requests for the time being- I will change this as soon as I can and appreciate your patience!
If you would like me to read and review one of your books, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to you as soon as I can.