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Please view preferences and the review format below to see if your literature meets the criteria.
Age Group: Young adult and new adult are welcome.
Fantasy (excluding fantasy horror: an example is Mortal Danger by Ann Aguirre)
Weird sub genres: (books such as More Than This by Patrick Ness, Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith, Bone Gap by Laura Ruby, ie…)
Age Group Not Welcomed: Middle Grade, Adult
Nonfiction (memoirs are included)
Historical Fiction (unless a retelling that’s similar to This Monstrous Thing by Mackenzie Lee)
Contemporary romance: (things such as The Selection are welcome; things such as Fans of The Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa and Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy)
Review time frame-
September-May: 10-12 day time span.
*Deadlines will be met if set.
*Please allow for extensions past 10-12 days if necessary.
Mid-June-August: 5-7 day time time span.
*Extensions are less likely during the summer months.
If you have any further questions as to whether your book fits the criteria, please contact me via the business email.
Thoughts: “Wow. Plot twist executed wonderfully!” is a mundane but accurate example of what this part includes.
Review of literature
1 star= How did this book even get published?
2 stars= Okay plot, but too many problems to really be enjoyable.
3 stars= I liked it, and it may stick with me, but it could’ve been better.
4 stars=I LOVED THIS BOOK SO MUCH AND WILL DEFINITELY RECOMMEND.
5 stars= I REALLY REALLY LOVED THIS BOOK, AND WILL RECCOMEND IT FOR ALL ETERNITY CONSTANTLY IN MY BLOG POSTS. GET THIS PRONTO.
Written: 22 June 2015.
Last Updated: 2 January 2016
Thank you for your consideration.