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message 1: by Lan (new)

Lan LLP | 59 comments Are you accepting ARCs right now?

message 2: by Julie (new)

Julie Darnbrough (julers16) Are you interested in YA?

message 3: by Shannon (new)

Shannon Peel (shannonpeel) | 17 comments If you are interested:

My book, Thirteen, is available as a free download until the end of January 2014, for readers, reviewers, and bloggers. You can download it and save it as a future give away for your readers & followers.

Jack is a rebellious thirteen year old boy who is in a war of wills with his overprotective single mother, when foreign soldiers invade his hometown cutting off all power, communication, and escape.

Here is a link with a variety of file options - all free -

I am also open to honest review swaps with other authors - PM me.

message 4: by Lauren (new)

Lauren Algeo | 7 comments The blog looks great! I'm publishing the second part of my Hikers Trilogy in a few weeks and would love a review. I can send a .mobi file of the first part before then if you're interested? It's a horror/thriller series. Thanks, Lauren

message 5: by Julia (new)

Julia Legian | 6 comments Hello everyone,

I'm looking for some honest reviewers to review my memoir. Please let me know if any of you out there would be interested.

The book is not free at the moment but I'm more than happy to send you a gift certificate, all you have to do is drop me an email and I'll get it to you asap.

You can follow this link for the samples,

Thanks a million in advance for your consideration and support :)

Have a wonderful weekend.


message 6: by Marlowe (new)

Marlowe Sr. (Ariindam Chakrabortiy) (mrmarlowe) | 14 comments Pls consider Phantasy, thanks ;)

message 7: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth Hein Nyxx,
I checked out your site and am interested in you reviewing Overlook - I will send you an email with more details.
Elizabeth Hein

message 8: by Josh (new)

Josh Mitchell (wickid_pissa) | 10 comments Please consider a review:

My new novel "The Dude Who Did Dictionaries" is now available on Amazon via Kindle Direct as a KDP Selection -

Frank Flutie is a lexicographer who has waged war on the "perils of adultolescence" by leaving a high-paying job as a copywriter for an advertising company called The Banker and taking a low-paying job in a bookstore instead, ostensibly so he can write the first ever all sexual dictionary.

The "war" (and his dictionary), however, aren't going particularly well and, under the stress of his "self-imposed exile" from affluence, Frank has become petty and fatalistic -- "a shit hoarder whose dictionary would be better utilized as a flyswatter, a doorstop, or a paperweight".

Always broke, but too proud to accept charity, he rarely sees his few friends and cannot get the virginal Marlene in bed because (or so he believes), "If you got no dough, no woman will love you."

On the mantle in Frank's shabby apartment is a sickly but unkillable pet sea lamprey -- a jawless fish he abhors as the banner of the sort of "clockwork universe" he is fleeing from in his downward spiral.

In the course of his misadventures, we become grindingly aware that his radical solution to the problem of the money-world is no solution at all -- that in his desperate reaction against a monstrous system, he has become something of a monster himself.

"The Dude Who Did Dictionaries" is a behemoth valentine to Boston and a gritty, sprawling, depiction of today's recession-inflicted state of affairs.

You can learn more about my other books on Goodreads -

message 9: by Rosana (last edited Aug 11, 2014 07:16AM) (new)

Rosana Maia (rosanamaia) Hi :)

We are five friends who love books, and we decided to create a blog to share all of the journeys we do by reading. We are from Portugal, so we mostly share reviews in portuguese, although we have also shared some reviews in engish.
If you like reading visit our blog and if you want you can follow us through GFC ( or through Facebook (

If you're an author and you would like us to read your book and review it on our blog or make a giveaway with a copy please do not hesitate to contact us! (sending an e-mail to Our main interests are: classics, young adult, romance, crime, mystery, fantasy, science-fiction, suspense, thriller and horror.


message 10: by Devi (new)

Devi Nair (views_she_writes) Hi everyone. I am a voracious reader and had been one since as long as I remember.

I have recently started blogging and am absolutely loving it. I am open to all kinds of books but refrain from too much violence or horror
Do check out my book reviews at

I also blog on various topics. You can check out the same at

message 11: by Devi (new)

Devi Nair (views_she_writes) Hi All,
I just published reviews for Royal Institute of Magic and Love's Last Call
You can find my Review Policy and Review Request form here
Do get in touch with me for reviews


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