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message 1: by Missy (new)

Missy Johnson | 24 comments Hi Sara, I'd be interested in having you review my new release So Many Reasons Why

Thank
Missy


message 2: by Becca (new)

Becca Nyx | 22 comments Hi, I'm interested in having you review my book as well. It's titled Swept Swept by Becca Lee Nyx

My e-mail is Beccaleenyx@gmail.com

Thank you for the opportunity!

-Becca


message 3: by Anne (new)

Anne Stoddard (amstoddardbooks) | 52 comments Sara wrote: "Hi Im Sara &
I run a blog that helps authors new books

http://promote-your-books.blogspot.ie/

Q? Just ask :)"


Hi Sara!

I'll gladly send you a copy of my novel when I receive the ARC's next month :) If you'd like to check out the premise behind my mystery, "Murder At Castle Rock", in the meantime, feel free to check out my website: www.amstoddardbooks.com.

Thanks! :)


message 4: by Valerie (new)

Valerie | 24 comments I'd love to send a copy of my Hobbit parody. In fact if you want the ebook, it's a free download for everyone now through March 25in the format of your choice at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view.... Paper's available too. Reviews are highly appreciated. No need to ask--just download! There’s also a paperback giveaway at http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sho...

valerie @ calithwain.com
THanks!


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

Hi,
I'd love another review on my novel Quest. Just let me know what format you'd like it in! :)
And thanks for the opportunity...
All the best,
Michayla

Quest (A World of Heroes, #1) by Michayla Roth


message 6: by D.D. Chant (new)

D.D. Chant (DDChant) | 91 comments Sara wrote: "Hi Im Sara &
I run a blog that helps authors new books

http://promote-your-books.blogspot.ie/

Q? Just ask :)"


Hi Sara,

I would be very happy if you would consider my new release Fracture, I can provide a free copy through smashwords.

Thanks!


message 7: by [deleted user] (new)

I don't remember if I asked but do you review children's books?

I have three to send you from a series if you review children's fiction.
Don


message 8: by David (new)

David Staniforth (davidstaniforth) | 80 comments Hi Sarah, don't know if you review ebooks, but I'd love a review of my new novel "Alloria". Happy to send you a free copy. If you want to check it out:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Alloria-Labyr...


message 9: by Caitlyn (last edited Mar 18, 2013 01:45PM) (new)

Caitlyn (cduchannes) | 6 comments Hey guys, I also run a book blog and i'm open to write some reviews or do some proof reading! i've been working as a proof reader for a while, but at the moment I've got a little bit more free time so if anyone would like me to help out, please do let me know! :)

recently remodelled my book blog so it's still not exactly where it needs to be, but feel free to have a look!



www.artisticnonsensedaily.blogspot.co.uk

thanks!


message 10: by D.D. Chant (new)

D.D. Chant (DDChant) | 91 comments Cait wrote: "Hey guys, I also run a book blog and i'm open to write some reviews or do some proof reading! i've been working as a proof reader for a while, but at the moment I've got a little bit more free time..."

Hi Cait!

I have 3 novels that I would love you to review, they are: Broken City, Fracture and The Promise, I can provide e-book copies through smashwords if you're interested. :-D


message 11: by Shane (last edited Mar 18, 2013 11:48AM) (new)

Shane O'Neill (shanekponeill) | 21 comments If anyone would like to read and review either Bound By Blood - Volume 1 or Bound By Blood - Volume 2 from my new series, The Dracula Chronicles feel free to drop me a mail and I'll arrange to get a copy to you. I've had 52 reviews so far and 178 ratings at an average of 4.77

For more information about me an my series ...

http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/...


message 12: by Judy (new)

Judy Goodwin | 136 comments Okay, I'll bite.

Send me your address for the print book to be sent, thanks!

Heart of the Witch


message 13: by Caitlyn (last edited Mar 18, 2013 01:47PM) (new)

Caitlyn (cduchannes) | 6 comments Woops, had a little bit of typing error there, really need to improve my multi tasking skills, for merlins sake, i'm supposed to be woman right?!

My apologies!

www.artisticnonsensedaily.blogspot.co.uk

:)


message 14: by D.D. Chant (new)

D.D. Chant (DDChant) | 91 comments Cait wrote: "Woops, had a little bit of typing error there, really need to improve my multi tasking skills, for merlins sake, i'm supposed to be woman right?!

My apologies!

www.artisticnonsensedaily.blogspot...."


I did wonder why the link didn't seem to work. ;-P


message 15: by Caitlyn (new)

Caitlyn (cduchannes) | 6 comments D.D. wrote: "Cait wrote: "Hey guys, I also run a book blog and i'm open to write some reviews or do some proof reading! i've been working as a proof reader for a while, but at the moment I've got a little bit m..."

Hey there,
Thanks for the quick reply!
Of course i'm interested! :)
If there's anything else you need assistance with, let me know!


message 16: by Angel (new)

Angel Lepire | 62 comments Cait wrote: "Woops, had a little bit of typing error there, really need to improve my multi tasking skills, for merlins sake, i'm supposed to be woman right?!

My apologies!

www.artisticnonsensedaily.blogspot...."


Cait, was just checking out your blog. I would be interested in having you review my book. Take a look and see if it is something you'd like to read, and let me know.

Trading Poisons by Angel Lepire

You can get me through my Goodreads profile, Angel Lepire, or just email me:
AMLepire@gmail.com

Thanks!


message 17: by D.D. Chant (new)

D.D. Chant (DDChant) | 91 comments Cait wrote: "D.D. wrote: "Cait wrote: "Hey guys, I also run a book blog and i'm open to write some reviews or do some proof reading! i've been working as a proof reader for a while, but at the moment I've got a..."

Just sent you a message, Cait. :-D


message 18: by Caitlyn (new)

Caitlyn (cduchannes) | 6 comments Angel wrote: "Cait wrote: "Woops, had a little bit of typing error there, really need to improve my multi tasking skills, for merlins sake, i'm supposed to be woman right?!

My apologies!

www.artisticnonsenseda..."



yeah, sure, sounds enjoyable, i'll add you to the list!:) i'll drop you an email.
cheers!


message 19: by Dean (new)

Dean MacAllister (deanmacallister) Ah no! You are one of those hard-copy reviewers. Hmmm. Too hard, too expensive.


message 20: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 135 comments Sara: let me know when my book gets there. I mailed it last week. :)

"A Plague of Dreams".


message 21: by Paul J. (new)

Paul J. Kenyon (authorpaulie) | 11 comments Hi, Sara! I'd be honored for you to review the first book in a series, Cold Secrets - The Challenge. I'm offering it free for two days and you can get your copy here.

http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Secrets-Th...

Thanks for any considerations!

Paul


message 22: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 135 comments Paul J. wrote: "Hi, Sara! I'd be honored for you to review the first book in a series, Cold Secrets - The Challenge. I'm offering it free for two days and you can get your copy here.

http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Se..."


Paul: I believe she only accepts physical books mailed to her. She can correct me if I"m wrong.


message 23: by Paul J. (new)

Paul J. Kenyon (authorpaulie) | 11 comments Not a problem, that can be arranged as well.


message 24: by Paul J. (new)

Paul J. Kenyon (authorpaulie) | 11 comments Thanks, Sara!


message 25: by Nihar (new)

Nihar Suthar (niharsuthar) | 386 comments Sara,

Sent you my book, you should have it soon!

To everyone else, my book "Win No Matter What" is available as a $3 inspirational ebook. Portion of profits going to the Acumen fund, a charity investing in solutions to global poverty. Inspire your life and help others!

Support the cause here: http://www.amazon.com/Win-No-Matter-W...


message 26: by K.S. (new)

K.S. Daniels (ksdaniels) | 22 comments Hi Sara!

I'd love to send you a copy of my book to review. It is a little bit older than 6 months, but I'm a new author and this is my first novel. Here's a link to the goodreads page for the book http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17....

If it being a bit older than 6 months is ok, please let me know and I'll send a copy your way.

Thanks!

Kimberly


message 27: by Belle (new)

Belle Blackburn | 160 comments I have a question. Is ePub format the same thing as kindle format?


message 28: by Nihar (new)

Nihar Suthar (niharsuthar) | 386 comments Glad you got my book Sara :). Can't wait for your feedback!

www.facebook.com/authornihar
Twitter: @NiharSuthar
www.niharsuthar.com


message 30: by Russell (new)

Russell Jones | 11 comments Would love to get a review of my novel Rabbit's Foot (adventure/thriller).

Here's the info you need:

Title: Rabbit's Foot
Author: A. Russell Jones
Publisher: Amazon Kindle Direct
Synopsis: Tom Meacham is a lost soul. Once a successful author of crime thrillers, Tom's luck has run out. Depressed, unable to write, and desperate for a second chance at success, he moves to Las Vegas, hoping a radical change will help him start over. By chance, he meets Bethany Belsen, a girl with an incredible talent: she's a living lucky charm who tilts the odds in favor of anyone nearby.

Tom realizes Bethany's gift can transform his life beyond imagining. But other people are hunting Bethany too, and will do anything to get control of her and her luck.

How far would you go for a rabbit's foot that really works?

Release date: January 21, 2014

Number of pages: 335

Format: Kindle ebook

The story primarily follows two people, Tom, the down-on-his-luck author, and Bethy, the girl with the talent for luck. The people around her react with varying degrees of horror, greed, or anticipation of power. It's also somewhat of a "coming of age" story, as Bethy herself grows up and gradually grasps the nature of her gift, its effect on other people, and on her own possibilities in life.

Personally, I think the most interesting parts are not those that deal directly with Bethy's talent, but those that deal with the human side--Tom and Bethy's growth as people, and the ways that other people (and organizations) react to Bethy's talent. Overall, I hope it's an interesting adventure that will leave readers thinking about the nature of luck for some time after they finish the book. So far, I've been gratified that readers seem to think along the same lines.

You can see reviews readers have already posted here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HZMFHOU. Click the "Try It Free" link or click the cover image for a preview.

I'd be happy to send a .mobi file if you're interested in reviewing it, and of course I'd be glad to answer any other questions you might have.

Sincerely,

A. Russell Jones


message 31: by Christine (new)

Christine Gabriel (christinegabriel) | 10 comments Until midnight tonight(4/8), Rogue Alliance by Michelle Bellon is free to download :) Kirkus Reviews posted a great review of it today. I downloaded and ordered the paperback. I enjoyed it quite a bit and was able to read it in one sitting. It's a Paranormal Romance Thriller, so for those of you who like that genre, def take advantage if you can :)

http://www.amazon.com/Rogue-Alliance-...

https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-re...

Hope you enjoy it!!


message 32: by Igor (last edited Apr 10, 2014 05:19AM) (new)

Igor Ljubuncic (igorljubuncic) | 8 comments Hi Sara, how do you feel about reviewing dark, gritty, brutal fantasy books?
Igor


message 33: by Dustin (new)

Dustin Martin | 7 comments I'd be interested in having my book Halfway Heroes reviewed. I can send a free Kindle or Mobi copy.


message 34: by Alice (new)

Alice Poon (alice_poon) | 157 comments Hi Sara,

Wonder if your offer to review books is still open? I've just checked your website - is it still OK to send a papberback copy of my newly released novel "Fated and Fateless" (a literary/historical novel) to the address listed therein?


message 35: by Louise (new)

Louise Findlay (angel7090695001) I have a few short stories/poems in the fantasy genre. You can find them at louisefindlaybooks.wordpress.com or at Louise Findlay (though they are not all on goodreads yet) they are free everywhere. If you are interested please email me at louisevampire@hotmail.co.uk


message 36: by Patsy (new)

Patsy Deppe (PDeppe) | 6 comments Hi Sara,
I was wondering if the offer to review books still stand? If not, do you know someone who will? Thanks!


message 37: by Andrew (new)

Andrew Frischerz (andrewjfrischerz) | 15 comments SEX, DRUGS, AND SURFING. Welcome to PACIFIC BEACH.

Sheldon Gates has a college education, two loving parents, and enough friends to fill the ocean outside his run-down apartment. Why, then, does he wake up with a throbbing headache, mouth full of sand, black eye, and an empty bag of cocaine in his pocket?

PACIFIC BEACH is a coming of age, beach bum tale; a brutally honest portrayal of reckless young adulthood in a town fraught with debauchery.

Andrew J. Frischerz
andrewjfrischerz.com


message 38: by Lee (new)

Lee Cushing | 81 comments I can send PDF copies of the below books if interested.

The Trust Casefiles by Lee Cushing Pack Hunters (The Trust Casefiles) by Lee Cushing The Girls Of Lakeview Academy (The Trust Casefiles #3) by Lee Cushing


message 39: by Travis (new)

Travis Neighbor Ward (travisneighborward) | 15 comments Come Find Me by Travis Neighbor Ward

My new novel COME FIND ME will be available for FREE on all Amazon sites worldwide this week, on Friday and Saturday! It begins at 12:00 AM (Pacific Time) on Friday, April 18, and ends at midnight on Saturday, April 19 (Pacific Time). Please download it, read it, review and rate it. Most of all, I hope you enjoy the story!

DESCRIPTION of the book:
In the tradition of the greatest love stories of our time, COME FIND ME tells a poignant tale of how true love can survive time and war, and push people to confront unthinkable choices.

At twenty-six Jessica Wilson believes her future is laid out. Her father and brother-in-law both died in war, and now she’s helping to care for her mother and her sister’s children. She’s also managing a wildlife rescue center in the Georgia mountains, where she met her wealthy Canadian fiancé, Blake McCormack, a rancher. Everything seems perfect. So why is it that she breaks into a sweat whenever she pictures Blake announcing their engagement at his parent’s annual rodeo?

Jessica is doing a good job of ignoring her doubts until Mark Fripp, the boy she fell in love with ten years ago, shows up on his motorcycle to fulfill his mother’s dying wish. What really happened when he disappeared from her life? What secret is he hiding for fear that she won’t accept him for who he is? And will she still be able to move forward with the life she has planned, even after she knows the truth?

THE AUTHOR (me!):
Travis Neighbor Ward was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She graduated with an M.A. and B.A. in English literature and Creative Writing from the University of Pennsylvania. She moved to Florence, Italy, for five years before writing LIVING, STUDYING AND WORKING IN ITALY. Since then she has worked in New York City and Atlanta as an award-winning magazine editor-in-chief and writer. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and two daughters. She is the author of the novels COME FIND ME (Available on Kindle Now! Available as a paperback on April 15, 2014) and THE UNIFIED THEORY OF LOVE AND EVERYTHING (June 1, 2014).

Here are links to the book worldwide on Amazon. When you go to the Amazon site in your country, click on the "buy 1-click" link and the price will show up as FREE.


Amazon USA http://www.amazon.com/Come-Find-Travi...

Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Come-Find-Tra...

Amazon Canada http://www.amazon.ca/Come-Find-Travis...

Amazon Australia http://www.amazon.com.au/Come-Find-Tr...

Amazon Italy http://www.amazon.it/Come-Find-Travis...

Amazon France http://www.amazon.fr/Come-Find-Travis...

Amazon Germany http://www.amazon.de/Come-Find-Travis...

Amazon Spain http://www.amazon.es/Come-Find-Travis...

Amazon Japan http://www.amazon.co.jp/Come-Find-Tra...

Amazon Austria http://www.amazon.de/Come-Find-Travis...


message 40: by Charles (new)

Charles Ameringer (cda1) | 85 comments THE OLD SPOOK would welcome a review. It's a spy/thriller about a fictional CIA operative who interacts with real people and actual events in recent history. I can send a pdf. Best wishes The Old Spook by Charles Ameringer


message 41: by Adriano (new)

Adriano Bulla (adriano_bulla) | 313 comments Hello, I would like a review of The Road to London. She's a quirky, dark, surreal and experimental novel about a boy who denies himself so much that he escapes into a world of lies, dreams, hallucinations... I can send you a voucher via Amazon (she's published by normal publishers, so, I don't own the file).


message 42: by Dan (new)

Dan Turdean | 8 comments hi all,
I am really interested in getting people to read my books. They are often free to download on Amazon as they are this weekend.

Synopsis:
Life had been hard for the people living in the human dwellings up north of the Great Desert for as long as they could remember. Trapped between the ever-encroaching golden sands and the darkness within Wündalær, the few, small villagers at the edge of the realm struggled for survival. Many found their end starved to death or frozen, others swallowed by the desert, but some got dragged inside their graves by fangs and paws. Aerö was one of them.
He was the son of Eldur, an Elemental, and much he wished he was like him, filled with knowledge and power. However when his powers flared and burned to the ground the village of Woods, Aerö understood the curse that came with them. He could not longer be among his family and friends, not until he could command his father’s flame.

Together with Velas, an old Sorcerer, his father’s crimson pendulum and a tattered map, Aerö begins his long journey to the City of Sands where the Healer promised that the King will teach him to control his gifts.

Millennia after the last great war, the Sorcerers decide it is the time to cleanse the world of Beasts once and for all. The war that will forever change the life of those who lived in Urukk has began. But a war fuelled by millennia-old hatred is rarely easily won.
Aerö is captured by the Beasts who seem to have an interest in him. Trapped deep inside their Lair, Aerö learns the truth about his foretold birth, about his origin and most of all about the parents he knew not.

Now, Aerö must choose, to fight and find certain death or flee and live on the run.


Many thanks,
D


message 43: by Amber ⋒ (new)

Amber ⋒  (_thisdorkreads_) Hello all,
I'm currently reading books in return for an honest review. I want to help get peoples books out there! I would be happy to help anyone who is interested.
I do enjoy fantasy, romance, action, adventure and a lot of YA. But I am not afraid to try something new. Please feel free to send me a message :)


message 44: by Lenita (new)

Lenita Sheridan | 1010 comments I can't seem to message you. I'll try the computer. I'm on my Kindle right now. I write fantasy and have two very short books which are middle grade to Y/ A.


message 45: by J (last edited Jun 17, 2015 04:37PM) (new)

J | 7 comments Amber-Rose wrote: "Hello all,
I'm currently reading books in return for an honest review. I want to help get peoples books out there! I would be happy to help anyone who is interested.
I do enjoy fantasy, romance, ac..."


Hi Amber-Rose :)

Spyrits Volume 1 http://www.spyrits.com is recently published and your honest review would be greatly appreciated.
Available in PDF format, EPUB or Mobi.
spyrit1@spyrits.com

Thanks...


message 46: by Michael (new)

Michael Poeltl (mikepoeltl) | 25 comments Author Name:Michael Poeltl
Book Name: Waning Metaphorically
Genre: Multi-genre short stories
Number of free copies being offered: 10
Format of books being offered: PDF

I would like to launch the book in the next three weeks. I am looking for reviewers that can post to Amazon and Goodreads when the book is available. I appreciate the opportunity to have your eyes on it. Please message me here.

Life is a Metaphor. A metaphor is a symbol. A symbol is a sign. Watch for the signs. Like all stories, they can be watered-down to act as metaphor or parables; but unlike parables, metaphors can be interpreted differently, depending on the subject. A waning metaphor therefore, only sustains resolve if a person decides to recognize it.


message 47: by Nikitha (new)

Nikitha Hingad (NikithaHingad) | 2 comments Hi

I am a poet from Bangalore, India. My debut poetry book Philia and Sophia is available on all online stores. I post my poems on www.facebook.com/philiaandsophia and link to goodreads
www.goodreads.com/book/show/25132849-...
You can find the blurb there. I am attaching the book cover. And also if you want a hard copy of the book you can mail pressreleases.india@patridgepublishing.com with your credentials. I can send you a PDF copy of the book. Please let me know if you are interested in reviewing it.

Thanks & regard
NikithaNikitha Hingad


message 48: by Carrie (The Butterfly Reader) (last edited Jun 19, 2015 10:27AM) (new)

Carrie (The Butterfly Reader) (sweet_cherry69) Denise wrote: "I'm looking for a reviewer for my books - Contemporary Women's Fiction - TEMPTATION and STAR KEEPER.
Temptation
Star Keeper
Available in PDF, paperback or Kindle for..."


I'd love to review your book(s), if you can send me the paperback versions, I post to goodreads, amazon (US), and my blog. Just email me carrieartrip@live.com if you'd like me to review them.


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