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message 1: by C (InkBlottings) (last edited Mar 23, 2018 03:22AM) (new)

C (InkBlottings) (inkblottings) | 36 comments Hi everybody!

I'm a fairly new book blogger who focuses on writing reviews of books of a variety of different genres. I'm currently working on my blog as much as possible to expand it and make it appealing to all different types of readers and to ensure that the books gain the exposure that they deserve for a varied demographic.

I try to ensure that my reviews are lengthy and as professional as possible as to make sure that I provide any potential readers with as much information as possible regarding the novel itself.

Therefore, I would just like to get the message out there that I am definitely willing to currently accept review requests - I have a review policy page on my blog which I will link below with additional information.

If you'd like to get in touch regarding anything else or just wanting to say hey, feel free to do so as well!

If you're interested in doing a guest post, author interview, book tour or book giveaway, that's something that I'm also completely open to hosting and showcasing on the blog.

http://www.inkblottings.com
http://inkblottings.com/review-policy/

Or you can email me at inkblottingsblog@gmail.com

Thank you! :)


message 2: by Alicia (new)

Alicia Ehrhardt (aliciabutcherehrhardt) Good luck.

Just be aware that 'Both free reviews and paid reviews will be considered' on your review policy page will raise some eyebrows. Amazon, for example, will only allow paid reviews in the Editorial Reviews section of a book's page, and those slots are often filled by reviews from sites like Kirkus which have a long-established tradition.


C (InkBlottings) (inkblottings) | 36 comments Alicia wrote: "Good luck.

Just be aware that 'Both free reviews and paid reviews will be considered' on your review policy page will raise some eyebrows. Amazon, for example, will only allow paid reviews in the ..."


Oh okay, thank you! I just didn't want anybody to think that I would only accept paid reviews, but I do see what you mean.


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