“Underground Book Reviews aims to erase the boundaries between traditional and non-traditional publishing by providing quality, in-depth reviews with debut, independent and self-published authors. Our reviewers each focus on different genres and categories.”
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.
Christy says, “Because I like to post reviews no longer than 30 days after receiving a book, occasionally I will stop accepting requests if I have a lot of review commitments lined up in that time period. However, if I do stop, it’s only very temporary. And, if an author really wants me to review their work I am open to scheduling this review farther down the road than my usual 30 days. My Review Policy page will state on the top if I am currently accepting reviews.”
Extreme science fiction
Amazon, B&N, Goodreads, LibraryThing, Shelfari
RaeLynn Fry reviews everything — from self-published, indie, to big name publishers. Her favourite genre is YA and she is also open to hosting interviews — see her review policy for more details
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.
Lindea is a reviewer from Norway who accepts indie authors. She previously ran a book blog on her personal blog, and since May 2011 has transferred her reviews over to The Lonely Book-Club. The idea behind the site, Lindea says, is to create a place for book readers to find honest reviews by honest readers.
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.”