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Cozy Mystery Book Reviews is a site dedicated to cozy mysteries. We review cozy mysteries only. Requests for other genres will be ignored. We also only post positive reviews. If you don't see your review on the book blog, either our reviewer decided to pass on reviewing, or hasn't gotten to reviewing your book yet.
BookPage reviews almost every category of new books, including literary and popular fiction, nonfiction, children's books, audiobooks and gift books. We rarely review poetry or scholarly books, and we do not give review consideration to self-published books, print-on-demand titles or books from presses that lack major distribution.
The majority of our reviews on Kidsreads.com are fiction titles for kids ages 6-12. We review bestsellers, debut authors, contemporary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers and fantasy/science fiction. We also delve into Non-Fiction when a title is kid-friendly.
We are happy to receive books and products suitable for Children's aged 0 – 16 years old (approximately). If you would like to submit a book or a child related product for review with ‘Children's’s Books Daily’ please bear in mind the following policy points, which you can find on our book blog.
The majority of our reviews on Bookreporter.com are fiction. We review bestsellers, debut authors, contemporary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, some fantasy/science fiction and some romance. We also delve into Non-Fiction, newsworthy books, biographies and memoirs.
To have your book considered for review, please send two copies of a galley at least three months in advance of publication, and a finished copy when the book is finished.The book must be available through national distribution, i.e. Ingram and/or Baker & Taylor. Currently, we do not review ebooks or print-on-demand titles. We send galleys out for review consideration, but do not guarantee reviews.
The Midnight Garden primarily reviews young adult literature, with the occasional middle grade novel or crossover adult title with appeal to our audience. All reviews posted on this book review blog reflect our honest opinions, and we strive to present clear, balanced commentary that reflects our point of view.
Simply put, The Perpetual Page-Turner is a book blog that has no boundaries. I read and review young adult literature of all genres, adult fiction (of most genres) and non-fiction (mostly travelogues and memoirs). Think of it as sitting down with a friend (with some margaritas and chips & guac) and just talking back and forth about the latest book you just read or want to read.
Genre: All, Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Mystery / Thriller, Non-Fiction, YA,
I read young adult and middle grade books. I like to read sci-fi, fantasy, dystopian, paranormal romance, fairy-tales, re-tellings, and fiction. I am also willing to work with indie and self-published authors if you don’t have an agent.
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I review picture and middle grade books. I do review some YA books, but I have to let my parents look at the content of them first before accepting a book. Books sent to me should only have minor bad language, no graphic violence or anything else a twelve-year-old shouldn’t be reading.
Genres I am most interested in reviewing (YA, NA and adult): YA or NA fantasy, YA or NA dystopian, YA contemporary romance. I may also accept paranormal, sci-fi, steampunk, horror and urban fantasy if it strikes my fancy. Take a glance at my Reviews page to see other books I’ve reviewed if you’re not sure if your book will suit this book review blog.
Blogger: Nicole M Hewitt
Genre: Fantasy, New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, YA,
STACKED welcomes your input and accepts material for review. We are honest and critical in our reviews, but acknowledge the five laws of Ranganathan. We believe that nearly all materials have an audience, and it is our goal to help identify that audience.
Blogger: Kelly & Kimberly
Genre: All, Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery / Thriller, Non-Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, YA,
The Children's’s Book Review, named one of the ALSC (Association for Library Service to Children's) Great Web Sites for Kids, is a resource devoted to Children's’s literature and literacy. We publish reviews and book lists of the best books for kids of all ages. We also produce author and illustrator interviews and share literacy based articles that help parents, grandparents, teachers and librarians to grow readers.
The Book Wheel has been featured in advertisements in the New York Times Book Review and Goodreads, and has received numerous awards and mentions from literary sites and organizations. Allison has also taken her expertise on the road, working as a freelancer to cover product launches and conferences, as well as writing for other websites.
The genres I typically like to read are Mystery/suspense, thriller, some contemporary fiction, historical fiction with mystery, women’s fiction or “chick-lit” comparable to Emily Giffin, Sophie Kinsella, etc. I would consider reviewing books from publisher’s in these genres. Sorry, I’m not accepting self-published books at this time
I typically review the following genres: fantasy, urban fantasy, historical fiction, dystopian/post-apocalyptic, horror, and mystery. I read Adult Fiction, YA Fiction, and select Middle-Grade Fiction as well. I accept digital (epub, mobi), physical copies, and audiobooks (I prefer receiving audiobooks via Audible format). My reviews are honest, subjective, and in accordance with FTC guidelines.
Thank you for taking an interest in Bookboodle. I can’t promise to like your book but will do my best to be fair. I do appreciate the time and effort it takes; likewise, I do this for free and do not receive monetary compensation for the review.