Contact & Review Policy

If you’re looking to recommend books, talk books, or submit a book for review: this is the place!

What I read:

All kinds of genres! Anywhere from fantasy and sci-fi, to YA and mystery/thrillers. I’m usually down for almost anything.

I prefer physical copies (I just get through them faster, plus I can show them off on Instagram), but I am also accepting ebooks. I own a Kindle, so .mobi files are preferred.

Where I review:

In exchange for your book, I will provide a complete and honest review here on my blog, Goodreads, and potentially Amazon.

Review Policy and Rating System:

By providing me a copy of your book, I promise to in turn provide an honest review. This means that if I do not enjoy your book or find it problematic in any way, I will express that in my review. In no way will I provide a dishonest review in exchange for a book or payment. I base a great deal of my personal book choices off of the reviews of others, so I review to inform future buyers/readers. For this reason, I will always be honest, so expect nothing less.

0 Stars_ Did not finish1 Star_ I did not like this book and would not recommend it.2 Stars_ There_s potential in this book but it was not executed properly.3 Stars_ This book is not my

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6 thoughts on “Contact & Review Policy

  1. Hi there! My name is Aya, and I am a fellow book blogger. I was wondering if you’d be interested in participating in a small project that I am doing. I wanted to ask a bunch of bloggers (49, to be exact :p), to give me one of their favorite book quotes. I’m going to compile them all in one post and then post it on my blog on the 22nd of this month. It’d be fantastic if you would be a part of this. Just let me know by this Sunday, please, so that I have plenty of time to compile and/or ask someone else. Thank you!
    P.S. You are the 17th one to be asked!

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    1. I wasn’t sure where to give this to you so I’ll put it here. This is probably may favorite quote, although Jane Eyre in general is just full of all of my favorites.

      “I have little left in myself — I must have you. The world may laugh — may call me absurd, selfish — but it does not signify. My very soul demands you: it will be satisfied, or it will take deadly vengeance on its frame.” -Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre

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