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message 1: by Leo (new)

Leo . Hi Harini.

I am Leo and have a Kindle ebook of Kandor The Warrior which is the first in a fantasy saga. I may be able to do PDF

Drop me a message if you would like a copy for review.

Kind regards,


message 2: by Kayla (new)

Kayla Krantz (authorkaylakrantz) | 5 comments Harini wrote: "Hey guys , My name is Harini . I'm a book blogger cum goodreads addict .
I love romance , YA , NA , horrors , thrillers and fantasies . I accept E-pubs , PDFs and hardcopies but especially hardcop..."

Hi! My name is Kayla and I’m in need of reviews for my psychological short story anthology, When Night Falls.

A fairytale ball with a not-so-happy ending.

A company that secretly experiments on the minds of the mentally ill.

The Angel of Death with a deathwish of her own.

Monsters who can kill with just one look into their eyes.

These are just some of the stories When Night Falls has to offer.

Fast-paced, thrilling, and filled to the brim with darkness and characters driven by the voices in their head, this collection focuses on the darker side of life.

**Trigger Warning: Not for the faint of heart. This collection contains stories that deal with difficult subject matter such as murder and suicide.**

If you’re interested in reading and reviewing a free ecopy, please follow this link.

If you'd like a paperback/hardback copy to review, drop me a message and I would be more than happy to get one sent to you!

Thank you for reading!
~Kayla Krantz

message 3: by Franca (new)

Franca (francaogbonnaya) | 219 comments Hi, I’m an indie publisher and right now I have two books in a series about an underwater magical race and their interactions with the humans who sail above their territory.
The first one is a novella and the second one is a full length novel set several years after the events in the novella.
It’s a tale of betrayal, romance , loss, magic and tragedy.
Please let me know if you’re interested. I can send you the pdf or mobi kindle versions of the books.


message 4: by Franca (new)

Franca (francaogbonnaya) | 219 comments My name is Franca by the way.

message 5: by Alexandra (new)

Alexandra McCann | 2 comments Hi Harini,
I would be interested! I just published my novel Angels Can't Swim on paperback and Kindle. It focuses on three college students and their mental health/wellbeing. Thanks so much,

message 6: by Jenna (new)

Jenna Moquin | 3 comments Hello Harini, I have two books available in paperback, I’d love to trade an honest review for either. One is a vampire novel set in Boston and the other is a book of dark short stories.
Thank you,
Jenna Moquin

message 7: by Kay (new)

Kay Uno | 1 comments Franca wrote: "Hi, I’m an indie publisher and right now I have two books in a series about an underwater magical race and their interactions with the humans who sail above their territory.
The first one is a nove..."

Hi Franca!
I'd be interested to read your story and give you an honest review :)

message 8: by Alexandra (new)

Alexandra Penn (alexpenname) | 2 comments Hey! I'm an author of a Patreon serial which is slowly being published in book form. I'd love for honest reviews from anyone who's interested in YA space fantasy.

Blurb of The Letter Mage:

When 14-year-old Aleph Worf-Sapir chooses to enroll in the Lunar University's first-ever student exchange program, he already knows he's entering enemy territory. The other departments have been attacking the tiny College of the Glottal Moon as long as he can remember. He's lost friends. He's lost family. Driven by the desire to keep his home and loved ones safe, Aleph confronts the other departments head-on.

He has no idea what he's in for.

message 9: by Rajeev (new)

Rajeev Singh | 23 comments Hello Harini

I recently published an erotic horror/dark fantasy novel, The Erotic Muse.

Blurb: 'The Erotic Muse' is the story of K, a young porn-addicted college-dropout who shies away from relationships and harbors dreams of becoming a writer. Full of anguish, he is given to self-abuse. One evening, while masturbating to his favorite erotic muse, Fanny Leone, sprawled on the cover of an underground porn magazine, K finds himself magically transported to a parallel world where all sexual desires and perversions are fulfilled, although with the price that he might remain trapped in this unique pleasure-hell all his life – unless he can find a way out. This 'way out' is his redemption, a journey studded with heart-stopping adventure, life-threatening danger, nerve-wracking horror, and a brush with true love.

If you're interested, contact me via PM or at my email -

I have the free ebook in epub, mobi and pdf formats.



message 10: by C.T. (new)

C.T. Phipps | 3 comments Hi,

My name is C.T. Phipps and I was curious if you would be interested in reading one of the first two books in my UNITED STATES OF MONSTERS series that have independent character plotlines. They are paramormal/urban fantasy books with the first written for adults and the other borderline adult/YA . STRAIGHT OUTTA FANGTON and I WAS A TEENAGE WEREDEER. They are both satirical somewhat funny takes on supernatural stories but with serious plots ala Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

The books are about 200 and 250 pages long. I intend to carry on the stories of both characters in future books so no happily ever after (but no cliffhangers either). It takes place in the same world, roughly 30 miles apart, in a vampire-ruled Detroit and a small town outside Detroit.


"Peter Stone is a poor black vampire who is wondering where his nightclub, mansion, and sports car is. Instead, he is working a minimum wage job during the night shift as being a vampire isn’t all that impressive in a world where they’ve come out to mortals.
Exiled from the rich and powerful undead in New Detroit, he is forced to go back when someone dumps a newly-transformed vampire in the bathroom of his gas station’s store. This gets him fangs-deep in a plot of vampire hunters, supernatural revolutionaries, and a millennium-old French knight determined to wipe out the supernatural.

Sometimes, it just doesn’t pay to get out of the coffin."


"Jane Doe is a weredeer, the least-threatening shapechanger species in the world. Blessed with the ability to turn furry at will and psychically read objects, Jane has done her best to live a normal life working as a waitress at the Deerlightful Diner. She has big dreams of escaping life in the supernatural-filled town of Bright Falls, Michigan, and her eighteenth birthday promises the beginning of her teenage dreams coming true.

Unfortunately, her birthday is ruined by the sudden murder of her best friend's sister in an apparent occult killing. Oh, and her brother is the primary suspect. Allying with an eccentric FBI agent, the local crime lord, and a snarky werecrow, Jane has her work cut out for her in turning her big day around.

Thankfully, she's game."

I'd happily provide you a review copy in whatever format you want. In addition to ebook and paper, they're also available in audible audiobook.

Thank you for your time.

If you're interested, please contact me at

message 11: by Chaya (new)

Chaya | 2 comments Hi Harini,
I have a new book out on kindle called Freedom From Psychiatric Drugs, a comprehensive book on finding freedom from psychiatric drugs with the following chapters:

My Story
Understanding the System
Gathering Resources and Support
After Un-Diagnosis: Finding Your Own Language For Your Suffering
Turning Trauma Into Medicine
Supporting the Body
Connecting with the Worldwide Movement
Finding Meaningful Work (or creating your own)
Going Public, Being Known
Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings
Surviving the Suicide of a Loved One
Surviving Deaths of Comrades
Supporting Others Without Interfering, Accepting Others Where They Are, and Leading By Example
Having Fun Again

Please let me know if you'd like a copy to review.

message 12: by David (new)

David McMullen-Sullivan (dsulli) | 35 comments Harini,

My new novel is a Jane Austenesque gay romance with murder and time travel. If you're ever up to reviewing it, interview, ect then I'd be happy to get it to you.

David McMullen-Sullivan

message 13: by Vicky (new)

Vicky Garland (goodreadscomvicky917) | 8 comments Hi Kayla and I would love a hard copy of your book to review. I write reviews for l of my books here on goodreads,Amazon and my blog!
Vicky Garland
2047 Madsion Ave. #2
Cov. Ky. 41014
anyone that would like to mail copies to be reviewed feel free.
please let me know and this way I can be awaiting it to come on the mail!

message 14: by Vicky (new)

Vicky Garland (goodreadscomvicky917) | 8 comments I'd happy to and would love to review any books David! My email is or I would love to receive a hard copy or paper back and I will leave reviews here on goodreads,Amazon and my blog.
Address to mail books to: Vicky Garland
2047 Madison Ave. #2
Cov. ky. 41014
thank you Jane have a great Sat.!

message 15: by Alan (new)

Alan Kolok Hi,

Well, my book is entitled Twist, and is a hard science fiction mystery. It focuses on a professor that becomes obsessed with a horrific crime and cannot get it out of his head. As he uncovers the reasons for the crime, he becomes infected with the protien that is causing normal men to become hyperagressive. Now not only does he have to solve the crime, but he has to figure out a cure before he goes mad himself!

I can supply you with an electronic or hard copy if you want to review.


message 16: by Susana (new)

Susana Gino | 3 comments Hi Harini,
I recently published Sarali, women´s genre, a provocative story with a philosophical twist that brings to the surface old taboos and turns them into powerful gifts that every woman should unleash. Its a fiction, full of insights that hopefully keeps the reader hooked :)

Let me know if you find it interesting. you can find SARALI here:

Thank you!

message 17: by Joe (new)

Joe Albanese | 9 comments Hi, I can send a paperback copy of crime novel, Benevolent King, if you'd like. I'd also love to do an author interview if you are interested. Thanks!

message 18: by Sadhana (new)

Sadhana Wadhwa (sadhanaw) | 33 comments Hi Harini,

my collection of short stories is out and would like if you would review it on all available platforms possible..


message 19: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Bannister (mommybannister) | 4 comments Can i get it in paperback

message 20: by Kaz (new)

Kaz Matsune (kazmatsune) | 2 comments Hello Harini.

Would you be interested in reviewing my memoir?
How I Became A Sushi Chef: From an apprentice to a teacher


message 21: by Grady (new)

Grady Brown | 42 comments Harini wrote: "Hey guys , My name is Harini . I'm a book blogger cum goodreads addict .
I love romance , YA , NA , horrors , thrillers and fantasies . I accept E-pubs , PDFs and hardcopies but especially hardcop..."

Greetings. My name is Grady P. Brown. I have two fantasy books on PDF files. If you are interested, please let me know. Thank you.

message 22: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Nadeau | 4 comments Hi there!

I would love it if you were to review my debut novel.

My book is a Young Adult Spy Adventure called Death by Midnight: The Secret Life of Anna Goode series. Below is a brief synopsis:

Anna Goode is a teenaged-genius with a secret—her homemade inventions that she only shares with her best friend, Jake. But when a shadowy figure kidnaps Anna’s parents, she is forced to help him carry out his mysterious plan. With her inventions and Jake by her side, Anna must use her gifted mind to save not only her parents but countless others. And she better hurry. Because the clock is ticking.

If you are interested in reviewing it, please let me know.

And I would love to do an interview if offered.

I look forward to hearing back from you. :)

message 23: by Kiran (new)

Kiran Bhat (originalsin_0421) Hello Harini,

I don't write in the genres you seem to like, but I hope that you will consider my request all the same. I am Kiran Bhat. I am an Indian-American polyglot, traveler, and writer. I have traveled to over 130 countries, lived in 18 different places, and speak 12 languages. I try to use my lifestyle and perspective as a means to create globalised works of literature. I'm in the middle of a book tour, but have realized that I have done very little work to get reviews of my work onto the Internet; I am trying to fix this now. Would any of you guys be interested in reviewing my novel, we of the forsaken world...?

In a distant corner of the globe, a man journeys to the birthplace of his mother, a tourist town destroyed by an industrial spill. In a nameless remote tribe, the chief’s second son is born, creating a scramble for succession as their jungles are being destroyed by loggers. In one of the world’s sprawling metropolises, a homeless one-armed woman sets out to take revenge upon the men who trafficked her. And, in a small village of shanty shacks connected only by a mud-and- concrete road, a milkmaid watches the girls she calls friends destroy her reputation.

we of the forsaken world…, published by Iguana Books on January 22nd, 2020, is structured as a linguistic chain comprising the accounts of 16 people, connected along subtle lines, who indirectly witness these four narratively and geographically diverse central storylines. The story flows and recombines like digital connectivity, throwing into question pre-21st century assumptions about narrative logic and, I hope, embodying the way in which modern communication unites this planet every second, everywhere.

If you are interested in reading it, you can get a copy on amazon (, or I will happily send you a review copy if you pm me. Just let me know what works for you.

Best wishes,


message 24: by Astralia (new)

Astralia Dik | 10 comments Hello. I'm a new self-published author and I want to present you my book "Mystics".
It's a mystical and psychological thriller. Also it's a dystopian describing pre-apocalypse.
There is absolute darkness. The world will end soon. No one will survive. Everything will be absorbed by Abyss. Mary is the only one who can save the whole world but she doesn't know about her destiny. She tries to find her vocation among another's life and memory but she's destined to find herself only through her soul.
You can see my book through links and maybe you'll want to review it. Also i can send pdf on email if you want

message 25: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Mack McCoy (goodreadscomkellymackmccoy) | 7 comments Hi Harini,,

Would you like to review my Christian Mystery/Suspense novel? Here's the Amazon link so you may learn more.

Thank you!

message 26: by Elie (new)

Elie N. Azar (elienazar) | 10 comments Hello, my name is Elie, I'm a self-published author into poetry, and I just published my first book. I guess everyone knows how hard it is for a newbie to get reviews; Therefore, I would be wholeheartedly grateful if anyone would be interested in reading my book and leaving a review on amazon and/or goodreads.

Goodreads link: Scribbles of the mind

Amazon Int link:

message 27: by Hemanth (new)

Hemanth Fernando (hemanth_fdo) | 3 comments Greetings! For you kind notice, I have published my first ever work, an anthology named, “ Rhythmic Shades”. As I'm a newbie I would love to get professional reviewers who can review my work, so that I can improve my writing. Kindly, do provide an exposure to my work. Thanks and regards.


message 28: by Reina (new)

Reina Sasaki (reina1306) | 4 comments Dear Harini,

My name is Reina. I’m the author of WHEN GOD SAYS No, young adult fiction with a touch of mystery about two girls who struggled to understand the value of being alive. Are you currently accepting titles for review?

The full synopsis of the book is as following—

‘When Rie decided to walk into the sea, she was saved by a mysterious girl named Ryoka. Through her, Rie rediscovered a new purpose in life, and a passionate friendship. But Ryoka had her own dark past, and their friendship may not be able to withstand the secrets between them. Will either girl survive, when they’ve put their faith in each other?’

For book information, please use this link

If this sounds like a book that might capture your interest, I would be happy send you a paperback version as a gift to you. Thanks very much for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Reina Sasaki

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message 29: by Ann (new)

Ann Birdgenaw (annbirdgenaw) | 189 comments Would you review book? Black Hole Radio on good reads

message 30: by Prakarsha (new)

Prakarsha Pilla (pp17) | 0 comments Hello!
If this thread is still active, I am willing to review books in the following genres:
Crime fiction
Women's fiction
Books about animals

I can read in any format except physical. I don't charge any money but request you to share the book. I can post my review on Amazon and Goodreads (can discuss about other sites). I can also share my previous book reviews.

Please contact me if interested!

message 31: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Mack McCoy (goodreadscomkellymackmccoy) | 7 comments Prakarsha Pilla, Rough Way to the High Way is a story told with mystery, suspense a lot of humor and a little romance. You can read the first six chapters on Amazon to see if this is something you would like to read and review. You can email me at Thanks!

message 32: by Ricky (new)

Ricky Narewec | 8 comments Hi
I hope this message finds you well.
I have read with interest your review notice because I have just recently published my poetry book and I need some review. Its a collection of poetries I wrote whilst undertaking a elevated journey into a strange and mysterious world.
Here are the links:
I hope you will be interested in reading it.
Thank you.

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