Review Policy

Update: 11Jun17
I'm pretty swamped right now. Any chance you could hold off for a few months? Especially the nonfiction requests, since it takes me longer to read those. Thanks. And I'm really sorry too. Feel free to go ahead and contact me, but I most likely will ask you to wait.

Yes, I do accept books in exchange for a review. Before you send me a link though, here is a checklist that you might want to make sure you've looked at.

Genres I like: Christian historical fiction, and some contemporary Christian, fantasy, children's books/middle grade lit, mystery

Format: Yes, I accept ebooks, generally in Kindle format. Also, I do accept print books.

Please, no crude yucky stuff. Keep it clean. If I find objectionable elements in the books, I won't finish them. And no review. Sorry. (and no zombies or vampires or werewolfs or anything like that)

Give me time. Sometimes it takes me a while to get around to everything. I haven't forgotten (unless it's been like 2-3 months. Please send me a reminder if that happens!)

Contact me: Leave a comment under my latest blog post or this page with your email. I'll get it within a day of posting. Usually within a few hours. If I feel like the book merits interest I will email you. Probably within a day, if I'm too busy it might take 2-3 days.

Or use the new contact form located on the right side of my blog.

That was what I should be able to expect out of you. Here is a list of things that you can expect out of me. 

I will post the review to Twitter, Pinterest, and Google +. If requested I will make a post on Amazon. Sometimes I may also share to Goodreads, Facebook, or Books-a-Million, but those three sites really kinda depend on my mood.

I give up to 5 stars. Also, I start out every book believing it's a five, and as I go along, as things go along I'll either leave it on five or start to take off. I do judge age appropriateness, such as YA should fit YA age group, children's should be for children, and so on. However, I don't judge the books cross-genre. I judge within their own category. I wouldn't say "Well this is a really good fantasy, but I liked this historical fiction better so I can only give this 4 stars" Nope. If it's a really good fantasy then it can get all 5, whether or not it's better than the historical fiction.

I look forward to hearing from you and hope that you're having a splendiferous day or night, wherever you are!

P.S. Seriously, I'm so much nicer than I sound. Sometimes I write mean, and I have no clue why...


  1. Greetings, Erica! I'm Nadine, and I would appreciate receiving a review from you for my epic fiction novella, a fairly quick read if your time permits. I can provide a MOBI (Kindle) copy of the book for you, or you can download it free from Amazon.

    Title: The Movement of Crowns (First in the Movement of Crowns series)
    Author: Nadine C. Keels
    Blurb: Is it the perfect or the worst time for the kingdom to…change?
    The nation of Diachona rejoices as the king’s daughter and heir, Constance, turns twenty. Yet, not everyone approves of Constance’s desire to sit on the National Council: a Council run solely by men.
    What’s more, oppressive threats from a neighboring, powerful empire are rousing the people’s fears. Amid rumors of war and personal doubts about her future, Constance suspects that her growing love for one Commander Alexander may be ill-timed. Especially if this is the end of the kingdom as they know it…

    Official Page:

    You can reach me at: nadine[dot]keels[at]gmail[dot]com. Thank you for your consideration!

  2. Hey how are you?

    Would you like to review our new book the Bullied?
    It's a fascinating novel for young adults, with Fear as the narrator.
    It's the first book in a series and it's helping raise awareness about bullying.

    (YA fiction, 300 pages)

    Here is the link -

    Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Ben, I'll be happy to consider reviewing this book, but no promises! Thank you for thinking of me!

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