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message 1: by Mitzi (new)

Mitzi | 2 comments Mod

I review all genres except for hard scifi. My favorite genre is paranormal. I only read paper copies (ARCs, hardback, paperback).

message 2: by Christine (new)

Christine Hatfield  (christinesbookshelves) | 17 comments I love to read all different kinds of books

Jess the Romanceaholic (romanceaholicbr) | 2 comments

I review adult romance (that's adult as in age, not necessarily steam), focusing on Historical (mostly regency), Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Steampunk, and Romantic Suspense. My favorites are Historical and PNR/UF.

I do not accept review requests in:
Christian/Inspirational, Chick-Lit, Young Adult, Erotica.

I strongly prefer digital review copies (Kinde, Adobe Digital Editions -- DRM titles are fine) whenever possible, as I have poor eyesight and need the larger font.

message 4: by Christine (new)

Christine Hatfield  (christinesbookshelves) | 17 comments I like to read romance books

heather - NightlyReading (heatherhy01) I read YA and some Adult titles depending on the subject. I do enjoy some erotica titles. I can view hard copies and digital via kindle.

My review blog is:

I also run a tour group site where authors can come and book a tour and bloggers can become tour hosts:

message 6: by Edel (new)

Edel (edellittlebookfairy) | 3 comments , I also post blog to facebook and twitter profile , I prefer paper/hardback copies, and I read every genre. What else can I say...emmm I Love reading !!!!!! :0).

message 7: by Barbara (new)

Barbara (lv2scpbk) | 2 comments Here's my Goodreads url

I read a variety. I like reading contemporary, inspirational, young adult, memoirs, history, love dog books, alot of different genres. I will also review kids books.

I tend to stay away from chick-lit like romance, and at the moment can't think of others.

I prefer a hard copy or paperback of the book or on the Kindle.

message 8: by Frederick (new)

Frederick Brooke (FrederickLeeBrooke) | 1 comments Hi everyone, I recently passed the mark of 100 reviews written on Amazon US. I pretty much review every book I read. I especially like mysteries and humorous fiction as well as literary fiction. No erotica and no science fiction. I download the books I read on my kindle, and post on Amazon and Goodreads. For Amazon, you can only post if you are a verified purchaser. I don't review poorly edited or non-proofread books. Anyone who reads and posts verified purchase reviews on one of my books goes right to the top of my reading pile. For example Zombie Candy

message 9: by Beverly (last edited Sep 11, 2012 06:06AM) (new)

Beverly Akerman (beverly_akerman) | 1 comments First off, it should be 'Readers WHO review' (and maybe readers who edit? ;-)

I have a blog where I occasionally review books:

Mostly, the blog carries information about my award winning collection of short fiction (The Meaning of Children, and postings of my articles published elsewhere. Parenting, gun control (I'm FOR it!), Quebec and Canadian politics.

My most recent review is of Jan Wong's "Out of the Blue," dubbed the first "workplace divorce memoir" by Macleans Magazine. The story of a Canadian career journalist whose life unravels when she makes an error on a file of national importance, and her editor fails to catch it.

Originally posted on The Rover.

Look forward to getting to know you and your taste in books!
The Meaning of Children by Beverly Akerman

message 10: by Gwenyth (new)

Gwenyth Love (everythinggwenny) My name is Gwenyth Love and I review mostly YA horror/supernatural and post-apocalyptic dystopian. Sometimes I review adult novels in the same genres.

message 11: by Elyse (new)

Elyse Salpeter (elysesalpeter) | 2 comments and

Hi everyone - I've been regularly reviewing on goodreads and amazon and hosting author interviews and their writing process every other post on my blog. I love to read when I'm not writing and would be more than willing to review for folks.

I prefer fantasy, science fiction, horror, thrillers and action-adventure. Love smart books that make me think. Douglas Preston/Lincoln Childs, Kellerman, Rowlings, King, Koontz, Drake - love them all - I really am not a fan of voilent chick lit, memoirs (people going through abuse at home) or non-fiction. And if I like a series, I'll read them all (but you have to hook me from book one!) Would totally appreciate the reviews for my novels as well. Thanks!

message 12: by J.J. (new)

J.J. Toner (jjtoner) Hi! I'm JJ Toner. I read a lot and do reviews as often as I can, here, on amazon and (rarely) on my blog

I prefer thrillers, crime fiction, sci-fi, historicals (but not romance). I also read YA and I love humor when I can find it.

I'd love to get my own latest eBook (FIND EMILY) reviewed. If anyone would like to volunteer, send me your email (via my blog for privacy) and I will email a smashwords coupon back. It's short (47,000 words).


message 13: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Lane (jenniferlane) | 1 comments Hey everyone, like Frederick I recently passed 100 reviews on Goodreads. I'm an author/reader so I'm not as fast a reader as some on here, but my favorite genres are romantic suspense, YA contemporary, and fiction.

Elyse, I'm a psychologist so I've also enjoyed Jonathan Kellerman novels. My dad is a huge Lee Childs fan.

I'll check out your blogs!

message 14: by Delphina (new)

Delphina | 1 comments I have I mostly review para because it is my fave, but I highlight almost all genres.

message 15: by Joan (new)

Joan (joandelahaye) | 1 comments Hello everybody!
I a horror and thriller writer.
You can find out more about my books here:
Review copies for all my books are available in Kindle and epub format.

message 16: by Aaron (new)

Aaron Lazar (aaronpaullazar) | 6 comments Hi, all. I write mysteries, including some with a paranormal twist, including some time travel. Please stop by and visit if you have time! Best wishes to all - Aaron

message 17: by Brooke (The Cover Contessa) (last edited Sep 11, 2012 07:16AM) (new)

Brooke (The Cover Contessa) (thecovercontessa) Hi, all. I have a blog site where I review YA genre books (pretty much any subgenre under that). I have a contact/review tab if you are interested. I prefer paper or hard copies of books when possible, but I can accept ecopies, as well. I love getting ARCs when possible.

Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws (b00kr3vi3ws) I blog at:

I tweet @b00kr3vi3ws

My FB Page is at:

If you decide to follow my blog, make sure to leave a comment with your blog link so that I can follow you back :)

message 19: by J.J. (new)

J.J. Toner (jjtoner) Debdatta wrote: "I blog at:

I tweet @b00kr3vi3ws

My FB Page is at:

If you decide to follow my blog, make sure to leave a comment with your blo..."

It says on your blog that you're not open for review requests just now. Is that likely to change anytime soon?


message 20: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Carrolli (carrollic) | 3 comments Hello everyone, I am Christopher Carrolli, the author of "Pipeline-The Paranormal Investigator Series: Book One." My book is availble through as well as amazon and barnes and Nobel. Hope you will enjot it, and I welcome your reviews..

message 22: by Gloria (new)

Gloria Schumann (gloriaes) | 1 comments Hey, there everyone! I'm Gloria Schumann, author of sweet, sensual romance & venturitng off into the YA territory, soon. I'm a Goodreads author. Gloria Schumann

And here's my website:

message 23: by J.J. (new)

J.J. Toner (jjtoner) Julie wrote: "

My review guidelines are at"

Checked out your guidelines. My latest book is just short of 50,000 words, so probably too short for you?
Anyway, I see you have no room for any more books for review at the moment.


message 24: by Freda (new)

Freda Mans-Labianca (fredamans) I review everything.

message 25: by Holly (new)

Holly (velvetsun) | 2 comments I mainly focus on reviewing YA, Romance and ParaRomance, but I am always looking to discover new books and authors of all genres.

message 26: by Tana (new)

Tana (tana_t) Hi Everyone here is my blog


message 27: by Jayhjay (new)

Jayhjay | 2 comments Hi, I am Jay and I have a review blog called Joyfully Jay. I review primarily m/m romance, but do sometimes include other GBLT romance and m/m romantic fiction.

If you are interested in learning more, stop by and check out my blog at". I have copies of my reviews posted there as well as more details about my blog, my review policy, etc.

Nice to meet everyone!

message 28: by Tana (last edited Sep 11, 2012 10:21AM) (new)

Tana (tana_t) I am pretty sure I am following everyone some fantastic blogs out there. I even found a couple of books I need to read. Great to meet everyone.


message 29: by Tana (new)

Tana (tana_t) I have another blog if you don't mind follow me that would be fantastic.

message 30: by Emma (new)

Emma Meade (emmameade) | 4 comments Hi Everyone,

I write in the paranormal genre and if anyone would like to review my book, Night Sighs I'd love to send a copy.

Email is

My blog page is


message 31: by Raymond (new)

Raymond Rose (raymondmrose) | 1 comments Hello everybody! My name is Raymond M. Rose. I'm an author, stay-at-home dad, husband, college student, and... sometimes, asleep. Over the past two years, I have been self-publishing my novels and short stores as well as writing the next two books. My books divide into three genres:


The Fire Inside by Raymond M Rose The Fire Inside
Jack King seems like a normal guy. He works at a bookstore, has a beautiful girlfriend, and loves photography. But he isn’t normal. Not by a long stretch.
Jack could blow up half this city in the blink of an eye.
When Jack’s best friend is murdered, Jack has no choice but to find his friend’s killer. But with enemies new and old (including his ex-girlfriend) bent on stopping him, Jack leaps head-first back into a world he ran away from – a world more complicated and dangerous than he ever knew!

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“The world the author has created is complex, realistic and most likely allegorical. I’m not an accredited scholar, but what I can tell you is: I. Want. More.”
-- Michelle, Reading Lark

“So many books are great all the way up until the ending at which point the author seemingly gives up. Not the case with The Fire Inside.”
-- Kelly, Reading Between the Wines

Black Mirror
The sequel to The Fire Inside. I am currently working on the novel but am looking for folks to be beta-readers.


The Franklin Incident A Philly-Punk Story by Raymond M Rose The Franklin Incident
When Jonathan Adams arrives at The Franklin Building, deep in the shadow of a mysterious airship, he finds scared servants, a concerned constable, and a maid with her head cleaved in two. For lurking in the hallways is a killer worse than anything Adams can imagine...

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"The peppering of steampunk adds a unique flavor to the tale of genius investigator and a tough as nails police sergeant who is all too familiar to fans of American poetry."
-- Michael Wirth, Amazon reviewer

"A cleverly constructed, taught thriller with elements seamlessly blending steampunk, horror, detective fiction and sci-fi. All that and a mix of recognizable characters and a lead with tremendous promise. Looking forward to seeing where the author plans to take us!"
-- Ryan J. Steans, Amazon reviewer

Philly-Punk 2
I'm currently working on the second story. This series will be a collection of short stories that will lead into an exciting duology.

Contemporary Literature/Daddy-Fic

Better Together by Raymond M Rose Better Together
This a novel I wrote when I first became a father. It tells the tale of Paul, horror novelist, who returns to his hometown in Pennsylvania. This move is more than just returning to his roots and trying to finish his stalled novel, it's restarting a relationship with his high school sweetheart, Annie. And getting to know Annie's eight month old son, Max. But, when Annie dies in a freak car accident, Paul finds himself doing something he never could have foreseen: raising Max on his own.

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"I really liked Paul. He seemed like a real, normal person to me. I felt that his character reacted to his life's situations in a truthful, realistic way. Above all, every single thing in this book is believable, and that adds to its strength."
Sarah, Sarah Reads Too Much

"The characters are extremely well developed, making it very easy to connect to them emotionally as the story progressed. The story was definitely an emotional roller coaster and I was swept away along with the characters in their ups and downs."
Kim, The Caffeinated Diva

There you have it, my books and story (right now) with a hint of what's on the way. Check out the samples and message me on GoodReads if there is something you'd like to read. I would be more than happy to send you a eBook copy in whatever format. Thank you so much!

You can contact me at:

message 32: by Anjuelle (new)

Anjuelle (neptuneauteur) | 1 comments Hi:

My name is Anjuelle Floyd. I write Women's Fiction with an emphasis on the psychological and spiritual.

Visit my website @:

My latest novel, "Seasons in Purdah," went live yesterday on

Peace and blessings.

Imagination is the key to freedom.
The artist's job is to cultivate and nurture her or his imagination, and that of others.

message 33: by Evan (new)

Evan | 1 comments I review everything except middle grade!

message 34: by Gabriel (last edited Sep 11, 2012 08:13PM) (new)

Gabriel Beyers (gabrielbeyers) | 5 comments Hello. I'm Gabriel Beyers. I write paranormal thrillers and dark fantasies.

I blog at

If anyone is interested in reviewing my books, please send me a message and I'll get you a free copy.

Predatory Animals by Gabriel Beyers Contemplations of Dinner by Gabriel Beyers Guarding the Healer by Gabriel Beyers

message 35: by Donna (last edited Sep 11, 2012 09:58PM) (new)

Donna | 1 comments Hi!

I read mainly paranormal and romantic suspense. I also love thrillers. And at times do read contemporaries as well. But YA and Adult.

Blog is -

I will read paper copies or Kindle, pdf.

message 36: by Tracey (new)

Tracey (Life and Literature) | 1 comments Hi,

I review almost anything that comes under the YA or New Adult genre.
BLOG: http://youngadultbookaddict.blogspot....

message 37: by Christine (new)

Christine Hatfield  (christinesbookshelves) | 17 comments It's nice to meet everyone and i love reading books

message 38: by Debbie (last edited Sep 12, 2012 09:27AM) (new)

Debbie My website is and

I love to read. I read all different styles of books and don't just read the main stream ones. I would be honored for the chance to review your book. Thanks.

message 39: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Carrolli (carrollic) | 3 comments Thanks, Debbbie. I do have a pdf copy if interested. Message me..

message 40: by IndieAuthor (new)

IndieAuthor Anonymous (indieauthoranon) | 1 comments Hi! I am an avid reader who aspires to be a writer (about halfway through writing my first book)

In the meantime I am helping Indie Authors get their books out there!

Check out my blog:
and go to
"My Services"
to submit your book!

message 41: by Jefferson (new)

Jefferson Smith (jeffersonsmith) | 3 comments In addition to being a fantasy author, I'm also a university researcher studying creativity theory and creative writing software, so I write a regular blog about how creativity psychology, creative writing, and computer tools all mesh together - articles about writing techniques, about creative exercises, about software tools, and of course, about being a writer in the modern world. If any of that interests you, you are cordially invited to come check out my Creativity Hacker site.

message 42: by Cerece (new)

Cerece Murphy (cerecerenniemurphy) | 3 comments Hi, I am posting my website here as an author. Feel free to visit me at and learn about my new release, Order of the Seers and other projects that I am working on.

Happy Reading - Cerece

message 43: by Pam (new)

Pam Funke | 15 comments I am an author and am posting my blog here. It has information about my books and I also write reviews. I will review the following genres: Christian Fiction, Thrillers, Mystery, Adventure, Suspense
I will however accept other genres if the book interests me. Genres that I DO NOT accept: Paranormal, Horror, Romance, Erotica, any book that contains an excessive amount of profanity and Nonfiction. http://thefourhorsemenseries.blogspot...

message 44: by Jo (new)

Jo | 2 comments Hi My name is Jo and my blog:

is where I review books.

Details of my review policy can be found on the review page. I have done reviews for BlogCritics and The Indie Review as well. Recently I had one book review featured in the Seattle Post Intelligencer. I have also recently joined NetGalley.

message 45: by Monica (new)

Monica Dias (DorianHerestor) | 1 comments Hey everyone!

I have a blog where I post short stories, drabbles and rants. I also just recently started writing reviews too.

My first one is a review of James Rollins new Sigma Force Novel, Bloodline.

That was my first review, so I would really like to know if I should continue reviewing books I read, or if I should just stick with the shorts stories.

My blog: http://dorianherestorsworlds.wordpres...

Since I'm really new to blogging, all tips and advices will be more than welcome! ;-)

message 46: by Dawn (new)

Dawn Kunda (satchel) | 5 comments Hi!
I review for http://happilyeverafterthoughts.blogs.... It's strictly a romance site, but I try to mix up the sub-genre of my reviews from inspirational to erotica. I prefer the tangible books still as I'm looking at a screen long enough when I write:)
Also, I only post a review if I have good things to report as I don't feel it's my place to sabotage anyone's writing just because of my opinion.

message 47: by Jeannie (new)

Jeannie Walker (jeanniewalker) | 3 comments Mitzi- You are such a doll! Thank you for asking me to join this fine group. I am an author. I love reading true stories and all my books are true stories. I do my best to read and review for my friends. Here is my website if anyone wants to take a peek. God bless one and all! Truly, Jeannie Walker
My website:
My blog:

message 48: by Jeannie (new)

Jeannie Walker (jeanniewalker) | 3 comments Dawn wrote: "Hi!
I review for http://happilyeverafterthoughts.blogs.... It's strictly a romance site, but I try to mix up the sub-genre of my reviews from inspirational to erotica. I prefer the tangible b..."

Dawn- I took a look at your blog and followed it with Google Friend Connect. Of course, I hope you will follow my blog with GFC too.
As for your blog and your reviews - I think you do an excellent job. I am so glad that you only post reviews when you have good things to report. You are a God-send for authors. I know God will bless you immensely. Truly, Jeannie Walker
My blog:

message 49: by Jeannie (new)

Jeannie Walker (jeanniewalker) | 3 comments Christine wrote: "It's nice to meet everyone and i love reading books"

Hi Christine- I would love for you to read one or all of my true stories. It is very nice meeting you as I believe a person who loves reading is one of those very exceptional people who are very blessed by entering other worlds without leaving their easy chair. God bless you. Truly, Jeannie Walker
My blog:

message 50: by Dawn (new)

Dawn Kunda (satchel) | 5 comments Jeannie wrote: "Dawn wrote: "Hi!
I review for http://happilyeverafterthoughts.blogs.... It's strictly a romance site, but I try to mix up the sub-genre of my reviews from inspirational to erotica. I prefer t..."

Hi Jeannie! I'm glad you agree with my reviewing technique:) And I signed up for your the fish on the bottom!!

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