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Welcome to my Reading Bifrost Blog. If you haven’t gotten the concept yet, don’t worry. It’s for the people old enough to remember “Reading Rainbow” and geeky enough (or know enough pop-culture, or actual Norse mythology!) to know the Bifrost Bridge.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Mystery / Thriller, Science Fiction, YA,
Update: I’m behind with my reviews and I’m terribly sorry about that. I’m currently accepting a very small number of books to review, but please send your request and I’ll take a look whenever I’m available.
Shari Sakurai is a British author of paranormal, horror, science fiction and fantasy novels that almost always feature a LGBT protagonist and/or antagonist. She has always loved to write and it is her escape from the sometimes stressful modern life!
We accept requests from both traditionally published authors, self-published authors and publishers. We do not guarantee all books received will be reviewed. NOTE: Please do not email us after submitting your story for review to find out if it’s been selected for review. If it’s reviewed, you’ll be notified.
Blogger: The LAS Team
Genre: Fantasy, Mystery / Thriller, Romance, Science Fiction, YA,
Primarily this blog is for my book reviews. My reviews are in a fairly basic format. I also post the occasional musings on book related topics. Feel free to join in discussion on these musings, I love to hear what other people think.
One Book Two was founded by Nell and Ivana to compare thoughts on books we've both read. Shortly after it launched in March of 2015, it exploded! Now we have multiple reviewers who read a variety of genres. We don't always get to have two reviews for each book anymore, but we do our best!
I anticipate a 4 month turnaround for any books I receive for review. I do not accept or receive monetary for my reviews. Any review which I post will be honest but fair. If I like your book, it will earn my high praise, and if I do not, I will discuss what I did not like in a frank but constructive manner.
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Non-Fiction, Science Fiction, YA,
Books are my life. As a Library Assistant and book blogger I love sharing new (and not so new) wonderful reads with my customers and readers on a daily basis. Being able to get books from my local library, book stores as well as from publishers via NetGalley and directly from authors is the icing on the proverbial cake for this book blogger!
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery / Thriller, Paranormal, YA,
I am very open to getting unsolicited ARCs, early finished copies, unabridged audiobooks, and backlist books in my mailbox. There is no guarantee that these will be reviewed, but if they catch my interest, I will read and review them.
At this time we are accepting unsolicited review requests from all authors, to include Self, Indie, and traditionally published authors. Please read all of the guidelines because we will refuse if they are not followed.
Hi, my name is Sue. I am a South African book blogger at Crushingcinders.com. I review and talk about books whenever I can. It is important to me to stay in touch with readers, fellow bloggers, librarians as well as authors and publishers.
Established in 1976, the Midwest Book Review is an organization committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. We post our reviews on the Internet with a number of thematically appropriate web sites, databases, and online discussion groups such as alt.books.reviews. Print books are reviewed free of charge. However, there is a charge of a $50 "Reader Fee" for reviewing ebooks, pre-publication manuscripts, galleys, uncorrected proofs, ARCs, and .pdf files.
Blogger: James A. Cox
Genre: All, Children's, Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Humor, LGBT, Mystery / Thriller, New Adult, Non-Fiction, Poetry,
There were over 391,000 books self-published in 2012. That’s a lot of company (and competition!) for any author. IndieReader offers the best value for reviews, bar none. IR’s reviewers—some of the best in the field—will let you know if you’ve achieved what you set out to do. Charges may apply. IR also recommends titles to the HUFFINGTON POST and USA TODAY.
Blogger: The IndieReader Team
Genre: All, Children's, Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Horror, Humor, LGBT, Mystery / Thriller, New Adult, Non-Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, YA,
I will read any book as long as I like the sound of it — I’m equally open to indie books and traditionally published ones. The only thing that matters to me is whether the story is one that intrigues me.
Are you an author looking to get your book reviewed at The Book Geek's book review blog? If so, please email either Brandi or Emily. We get so many requests from authors on top of the ARCs we receive from publishing companies that we cannot possibly review them all. Providing us the info we request will help us decide if we are a good match!
Blogger: Brandi & Emily
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, YA,
The Smart Bitches Trashy Books blog began in 2005 as a community of romance readers eager to talk about which romance novels rocked their worlds, and which ones made them throw the book with as much velocity as possible. Are you dying to see us review a particular book? Yours, perhaps (it certainly doesn’t have to be)? Use this form, and yes, we really do need all this info. Thanks.
This book blog LOVES “Chick Lit” and contemporary romance with bad boy (especially rock star) heroes. I also enjoy paranormal alpha heroes with human heroines (whether they be urban fantasy or paranormal romance). However, I am not opposed to reading other genres. I love to read everything, but these are my current “thrills."