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message 1: by Rachel (new)

Rachel (rachelsreads22) | 2 comments Hello everyone! I'm Rachel and I'm looking for some new books to review!

My favorite genres are fantasy, sci-fi, and historical fiction, but I'm very open to exploring other genres as well. I prefer no erotica or horror.

If you are able to send me a physical copy, your book will automatically go to the top of the list. (It takes me a very long time to read digital books due to a brain injury and focusing on a screen for long periods of time can give me really bad headaches.) However, if your book synopsis really catches my eye and you only have electronic copies, I may give it a chance. I will just need some extra time to read.

Looking forward to hearing from some of you!

message 2: by Tammy (new)

Tammy R. Blackwell | 6 comments Hi Rachel, I have a book I need reviews on check it out here on Goodreads and let me know if your interested. Surviving at the Lake House by Tammy R. Blackwell. It is listed as a science fiction/ suspense since it is post-apocolytic. Let me know if your interested and I would be happy to mail you a paperback.


Books with Dani (bookswithdanielle) | 17 comments I am exactly the same way it takes me a little while to get through a digital copy compared to a physical copy

message 4: by Tammy (new)

Tammy R. Blackwell | 6 comments Danielle are you interested in receiving a copy to review?

message 5: by Rachel (new)

Rachel (rachelsreads22) | 2 comments Tammy wrote: "Hi Rachel, I have a book I need reviews on check it out here on Goodreads and let me know if your interested. Surviving at the Lake House by Tammy R. Blackwell. It is listed as a science fiction/ s..."

Hi Tammy! Thank you so much for reaching out. I would love a copy for review. Please send me a direct message and I will provide you with an address!

message 6: by Caleb (new)

Caleb Fast | 7 comments Hi Rachel!
I have a science fiction short story (12,000 words) that I'd love to have you review! My book is a military sci-fi that is about an alien invasion, and it has a good amount of action.

If you are interested, you can get a review copy here on Story Origin:

message 7: by Andrea (new)

Andrea Hintz | 52 comments Hello Rachel,

I’m seeking Amazon and Goodreads book reviews for my spy novel, PERCEPTION AND DECEPTION, in exchange for a free PDF copy. 
Ashton Mathis lives in a rural yet cliquey town in Vermont.  As the owner of the town's only grocery store, his life is successfully simple.  But life begins to teeter towards something unusual after a strange yet beautiful woman named Felix moves into town.  Swearing he will marry this girl someday, his pursuit of her proves to be successful...until she suddenly dumps him and he gets attacked in an alley.  His rescuer is surprisingly Felix herself, revealing that she's really a special agent for a top secret division of the FBI and has blown her cover.  Ashton suddenly finds himself thrown into a mission involving destructive weapons blueprints that could lead to worldwide catastrophe, running from the bad guys who are now after Felix and himself, and try to win back the heart of this dangerous woman.
PERCEPTION AND DECEPTION has sequels as well, and if you enjoy the first book, I will also share the sequels with you in exchange for reviews.

Thank you so much for your consideration!

God bless,
Andrea Hintz  

Here are some previous reviews…

"This book is a definite page-turner. It has suspense, romance, intrigue, action. I was amazed by the research the author has done in describing how a secret organization with authorization to protect innocent civilians may possibly exist. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a fiction-based-on-fact type of novel." -David Lucero, Author

"The synopsis immediately grasped my attention because there aren’t many good YA spy novels, except the obvious and legendary Anthony Horowitz, Alex Rider series. I had zero expectations going into this and I can honestly say that I am incredibly impressed. This book was action packed yet mysterious." -Katerina, Goodreads

message 8: by John (new)

John William (johnwilliamauthor) | 21 comments Hi Rachel! I'd love for you to review my fantasy duology "Daemon Rising." To date, the eBook has been downloaded by hundreds of readers, has received several high ratings and a wonderful 5-star editorial review, and is soon to be released as an audiobook narrated by exceptionally talented Adam Gold. If you have any questions, please let me know!

message 9: by Alexander (new)

Alexander | 90 comments Greetings Rachel,

How about a sci-fi mystery that kicks off a long-running series?
Exploration focused, elements of mystery and discovery to it.

Prime Vanguard, book 1 of the Trans-Stellar Chronicles
113,000 words, so the physical copy won't be more than 2 fingers thick, and with cover art I'm proud of.

In 3512, a probe mapping an uncharted system is disabled, its last recordings revealing an artificial-ringed planet and strange masses surrounding both its stars. Amidst wariness of how easily First Contact events between species turn awry, a secret and hasty expedition is mounted with the mothership of the lost probe.

Assigned as its security commander, Shakrii Dehn-Herensk accompanies the mixed crew to the system, where signs of a much greater power prove daunting, catalyzing tensions within the crew on all fronts.

Things only worsen with the emergence of a pair of machine factions, servants of an ancient colonization effort by a power seemingly delayed, perhaps dead. Soon, revelations ignite a conflict thousands of years in the making, the costs of which Shakrii and the crew cannot under any circumstances let spill beyond the system.


Out on Amazon for nearly 2 months now, no reviews, but many dozens buying it. Would truly appreciate the feedback if you would be interested, and help me better get word out on my work [or fix it if it needs fixing my editors missed].

You can contact me on, or DM. I would be happy to send a free copy, buy one off amazon and ship it to you if necessary.

Keep your nose buried in the best books, and thanks,


message 10: by Ashleigh (new)

Ashleigh Bonner (ashleighbonner) | 30 comments A good day to you, Rachel!

the price of a beating heart book cover

Sci-fi. Dystopian. Romance.

Advance reader copies are available for THE PRICE OF A BEATING HEART.

Life and death are only a body part away—and love may cost more than they were born with.

Book reviews by November 3rd, 2021, would be wonderful.

Get a copy:


Leave a review: The Price of a Beating Heart

message 11: by Leslie (new)

Leslie Garland | 78 comments Hi Rachel,

Right now I am seeking reviews - particularly Amazon reviews, though all are welcome! - for my book The Red Grouse Tales The Red Grouse Tales (The Little Dog and Other Stories) by Leslie Garland and I’m wondering if you might be interested in reading and reviewing it.

To the blurb:-

Told in The Red Grouse Inn, the universal appeal of these four charming, very different, adult, speculative, spiritual and philosophical tales will intrigue and entertain. With beautiful and atmospheric imagery, surreal and paranormal concepts of angels, ghosts and devils, they will have you guessing, turning the pages and looking forward to the next one.

The Little Dog, a story of good and evil and retribution. Very much a coming of age story and told in the manner of all the stories in our lives, namely that we have no idea that we are ‘living in a story’ until suddenly all seems to click together. A young forester partnered with an objectionable workmate, finds a little dog way out in a remote part of the forest. What is such a cute little dog doing there? Bill, the teller of this tale, becomes a bit attached to it and looks forward to seeing it every day sitting beside the haul road. Then one day the little dog is no longer there and Bill starts to learn some dreadful truths.

The Crow, a sad, poignant story of misunderstanding, bitterness and blame. Another coming of age story but on a very different theme; that of human vanity. A young boy is taken by his mother to visit a dying and embittered old Irish priest, Mad Father Patrick, who recounts the school days and subsequent rise of a local councillor and of his involvement in the construction of a dam which flooded a valley. As the tale progresses it becomes increasingly bizarre, indeed, mad, and we finally learn why the old priest so bitter.

The Golden Tup, a dreadful tale of a young couple’s paradise being cruelly taken from them by latent evil. Can evil be in a place? A slow burning horror story; this one opens with the appalling news that a nice young couple, who had bought an old derelict farm and made it into their ‘dream home,’ had killed their own baby. How could they have done such a dreadful thing? The story, told predominantly in flash-back and with references to Milton’s Paradise Lost, charts their lives and how this horrific act came to pass.

The White Hart, a happy ghost story, if there can be such a thing! A tale of redemption told by a likeable male chauvinist, Pete, who recounts his meeting with an albino doe while out in the forest on a jog, his subsequent meeting with an enigmatic and beautiful girl at a remote chapel who tells him the sad story of the daughter of the family which built it, and a third incident …..

I usually say my stories are for adult readers because they are not ‘all action’ from page 1, and may contain some minor mention of sex and a tiny bit of bad language. However, I suspect they are very possibly suitable for a NA and even a YA readership.
Page count is 370 pages.
The book is written in UK English.

If these tales interest you and you are prepared to review them and post your review in timely manner (sorry, but I don’t want this just being added to a one mile long TBR list!) on, particularly Amazon, though all others are welcome, I will be happy to supply you with a free PDF, mobi or epub file.

Hoping that my book appeals, that you will be interested in reading and reviewing it and so looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Leslie Garland

message 12: by Trae (new)

Trae Stratton | 48 comments Hi Rachel,

If you are still open to reviews I think you may enjoy my new release, THUNDER PEAK. The story features and female protagonist and the fast-paced plot emphasizes action and adventure.

You can find more details here on Goodreads, Amazon and my website:

All interested reviewers can feel free to friend me or email me directly at

Happy Reading.

message 13: by Palmer (new)

Palmer Smith | 10 comments My name is Palmer Smith. I am looking for reviewers for my award winning book, The Butterfly Bruises. It is a short story/poetry collection. My email is
Let me know if you are interested.

message 14: by Endeavour (new)

Endeavour . (brickproduction1815) | 11 comments Hi there!

I have an ARC sign up form up if you're interested in a Cyberpunk Science Fiction Anime inspired novel! A lot of hard work has been put into this and thus, it brings me great joy to present it to the world. The review must be sent on Amazon by the 15th of December and no later than that

The link is here:

message 15: by Jason (new)

Jason Newman | 30 comments Hi Rachel,

Is non fiction at all your thing?

I'm looking for a reviewer for my self help - health and wellbeing book How To Control Your Alcohol Consumption

If you're interested please reply or send a direct message. Free paperback copy available.



message 16: by Leslie (new)

Leslie Garland | 78 comments Hi,

I'm seeking Amazon reviews (though all welcome) for Book Excellence Award winning novel The Ghost Moth The Ghost Moth (The Red Grouse Tales) by Leslie Garland a tragic tale of the Spirit versus the Flesh.

Is it possible that a five hundred year old story of a young monk and his lover could impact on a family in the present day? As Joe reads an old folk tale and is drawn into a world of religious fanatics, witches, angels and she-devils, this unlikely possibility gradually becomes increasingly probable.

Currently reduced from $4.50 (£3.40) to just $0.99 (£0.74) Available:

Book reviewers – I'll happily supply you with a FREE PDF or mobi file if you'll post your review on Amazon in a timely manner. Please DM me here on Goodreads or on Twitter:

message 17: by S.B. (new)

S.B. Redstone (sbredstone) | 11 comments Hi Rachel,

Here’s my pitch to entice you to read my post-apocalypse thriller.

You’re at work, in school, at home, out shopping, trapped in an elevator, or sky-high on an amusement park ride when the power and lights suddenly go out. For a moment, you’re just annoyed, expecting only a momentary problem. Doesn’t happen! Along with the power outage, all means of communication have been severed. The Internet is down, and a terrorist’s face on the screen gloats. Fear now creeps into your optimism. Hours later, with a world overly dependent on cyberspace, global economies begin to crumble from this irrevocable cyberattack. Totally freaked out, what will you do to survive the anarchy?

Annie Oakley Frye is a Cyber Warfare Specialist accepted cyberspace had become a cesspool of evil based on the multitude of daily cyberattacks. Annie does not live in a dystopian, fantasy world like Katniss Everdeen, Beatrice Prior, and Lara Croft—she lives among us. Once she discovers this invisible menace is lurking in a million networks, and it can’t be stopped from obliterating world economies, she sheds her mild-mannered personality and becomes the lioness of her youth to survive the anarchy. Out of kindness, she warns her friends about this approaching cyber nightmare, but they scoff at her insider information and doomsday scenario, believing the government won't let it happen. Once the cyber nightmare launches a surprise arrives at her door!

This is my book at Amazon. I will send a gifted book format of your choice.

Look forward to hearing from you,

S. B. Redstone
Time Of The Lioness Internet Apocalypse (Time Of The Lioness #1) by S.B. Redstone

message 18: by Pavithra (new)

Pavithra (paviashir) | 3 comments Hello everyone, this is Pavithra. I am a avid reader and honest reviewer. I'm open to all genres as I like to explore more.

I prefer physical copy as I love holding the books. Digital copy is difficult to read it brings headache
due to focussing on a screen for long periods of time.

I post reviews on Instagram, Goodreads,Amazon, Blog and Medium. I have posted for many authors.

Looking forward to hear from everyone of you!

Thank You,


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