With the amount of review requests coming through I’ve decided to take on a couple new book reviewers. These wonderful ladies love to read as much as I do and they understand that a book is a writers baby. Below is the reviewers for this site, including myself, and the genres each of us individually like to read. When a book review request is sent in and accepted it will be given to a reviewer who seems most suited to review it. Unless a author specifies a certain reviewer they want on the request form. We all review by the same guidelines, beliefs, and understandings. Whoever a book is reviewed by will be included in the finished live review at the bottom of the individual review.
** Kristin H: Blog Author of “After Dark Reading Nook” and publishes the Author Interviews. She reviews the following genres: Romance (of any sub-genre), Erotica , Paranormal/Supernatural, YA (is any sub-genre), Crime and Organized Crime Thrillers, Dystopia, Mystery, Drama and Children’s.
** Keishan: Book Reviewer. She reviews the following genres: Romance of any sub-genre, Paranormal, Crime Thrillers, Mystery, and Erotica.
** Sammie: Book Reviewer. She loves to read and review the following genres: Romance (and of most sub-genres), Erotica, Paranormal/Supernatural, Thrillers, Mystery, Dystopia, Young Adult.
** Amanda: Book Reviewer & Fellow Book Review Blogger. she prefers the following genres: Dystopia, Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal Romance.
** Ojo: Book Reviewer: She is a student at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria as a Archaeology major. She loves to read. Preferred Genres: Epic Fantasy, Urban Fantasy and Sci-Fi.
**Thomasina: Book Reviewer: She’s a book lover with a deep appreciation for a variety of genres. Preferred Genres: a Romance (of any sub-genre including Erotica), Self-Help, Crime Thrillers, Horror, YA Dystopian.
**Veena: Book Reviewer/Book Blogger: A Cup of Coffee and a Fairytale Preferred Genres: Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Non-Fiction (Politics, History and Religion), Science, Short Stories, Biographies/Memoirs, Contemporary Fiction.
August 11, 2015 at 10:40 pm
Greetings Kristin H-
Title: The Apostates
Genre: Science Fiction/Dystopian/Post Apocalyptic
New Megiddo has been born out of the ashes of America, an America that has sacrificed liberty for security. Ravaged by environmental disaster and shuttered off from the rest of the world by border fortress walls, and the strict dogma of spiritual leader, The Reverend Wilhelm Wainwright, the people take small comfort from the sermons the Reverend delivers straight to the people’s minds via the [Virtue-Net]. However, the President John W. Schrubb Administration has been losing its grip on power. Murmurs and rumors of a resistance group of Apostates emanate from “Database” dens in the slums, financed by a mysterious source, are said to be scheming to free the people. Will the Apostates strike in time before the Born Again Gathering ushers in a state-induced Armageddon?
Past wars sew the seeds for the rise and fall of the Regime and ambitious figures scheme to usurp the scraps after the collapse in this science fiction dystopian thriller.
Word count: 235,000
August 11, 2015 at 10:43 pm
Lars. Send me your book, image cover and buy links to my email I’ll add you to my review schedule. email@example.com
August 22, 2015 at 5:04 am
Hello Kristin & Keishan,
I have a NA Contemporary Romance called Run Away Charotte, a novel of 112,000 words that I’d love for you to review.
Here’s the blurb:
Trusting and depending on others has never suited nineteen-year-old Charlotte Cooper, who believes she’s unworthy of a happily ever after. She’s fiercely loyal to one – her BFF Joe. Afterall, Joe’s the only one who knows everything about Charlotte and he’s sworn to protect her heart, and her deep dark secrets.
Until Andrew Wagner walks into her life.
Despite his attempts to court Charlotte, she pushes him away, believing he can’t handle her past shadows. After a horrible accident, she slowly learns to trust and depend on him. As she shares her darkest secrets, he falls in love with her. Several incidents thrust the young lovers together, and Charlotte falls hard, giving her whole being to Andrew. While trying to be everything he can for Charlotte, he struggles to find the balance between family, school, love and commitment.
However, their different definitions of love and what it means to love unconditionally come to a head after Andrew spends a summer abroad and Charlotte crosses a line. His reaction sends a devastated Charlotte into the arms of Jack, an older man who can successfully balance what Andrew failed to do. He puts Charlotte first, treating her like a princess while capitalizing on her vulnerability. He gives her everything her heart desires… except Andrew.
When it comes to matters of the heart and mind, which direction do you follow? Love or Logic?
It is available on several websites (Smashwords, Kobo, Amazon, Barnes&Noble, iTunes) and I can send you a copy.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
August 28, 2015 at 11:09 am
Please email me so we can discuss your book firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19, 2015 at 2:30 am
Hello Keishan and Kristin
Jinx Wintr only wanted to talk one of her best friends out of an impulsive decision. Old memories and even older aquiantances had been unexpected and unwelcome. Dominic Lowell had not changed one bit. He yearned for family and a home. Only now he was hoping to build those things with her.
Faced with the remnants of a childhood crush and the fear that history would repeat. Jinx could not decide. Should she continue to exist with a closed heart or should she trust the love of her wolf? Dominic had lived a long time and still knew nothing about woman. He lived a life of service to his family and his clan.
Now Dominic wanted to serve and protect this woman with soulful dark brown eyes, and forthright honesty. He wanted to focus on her before she let fear break what they could have. Unfortunately Weres were going missing worldwide, and Dominic’s security company had been tasked with investigating. He has a few weeks to figure out what’s going on and how to calm a girl with commitment issues as big as the Atlantic.
Word Count: 48, 251 Page Count: 252
September 19, 2015 at 2:34 am
Email us at kristinsbookreviews(at)gmail(dot)com and we will discuss a review for your book.