Kayla does not accept ebook copies, however she is happy to consider review requests for print books of any genre, excluding erotica. Her favorite genres are fantasy, paranormal romance and young adult.
Editorial Comments: Heather reads and reviews self-published works, but specifically states: “I do want to stress that I will put in my review about editing /grammatical mistakes if any are found.” If you want a sugar coated review, she’s not the book reviewer for you — she is an honest reviewer. She also posts author interviews, giveaways, and guests posts. See her review policy for more details.
Paula says: ” I am always glad to receive ARCs and books – preferably hard copies, although ebooks are equally welcomed – from publishers, authors and publicists. I also try to give Independent authors an equal space. I will give an indication of when I hope to review the book, but I do prioritize release dates if the book is yet to be released.”
Amanda accepts a wide range of books for review and is “a big advocate of non-traditional publishing”. When it comes to memoirs, she is especially interested in those focusing on abuse or mental illness. Non-fiction preferences include health, vegetarianism/veganism, and science for the layman.
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Shari says: “I am open to requests for books outside of the genres that I normally read however, Young Adult and Paranormal Romance are my favorites right now.” See her review policy for more details
While Laurie is the main point of contact, there are actually several reviewers involved in this site. With regards to erotic romance, they especially love the M/F/M and will accept light BDSM and D/S. See the review policy for more details.