Review Policy

Contact Me:
To request reviews or if you have questions in general, you can email me at anitaloves2read@gmail.com
I can also be found at the following places:


What I Prefer:
While I’ll consider anything, I prefer clean books, Adult, New Adult, Young Adult, Romance, Paranormal, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Dystopian

 

Review Policy:
Time is a precious commodity for me.  I am married, have three kids and work a full-time job.   I will not accept every book that I’m offered; not because I think you’re a bad writer – it could be that something is going on in my life that would make it difficult to keep a deadline, therefore I do not want to make the commitment at the time.  As it is, I don’t review every single book I read.  I will list that they were read on Goodreads, and probably rate it, but I read somewhere between 90-100 books a year and ‘ain’t nobody got time’ for all of that.  BUT here’s my promise, if you offer your book to me for a review, I will also link the author when I can.  If for some reason I do not like the book, I will probably still write and post the review to my blog and possibly Goodreads, because of my promise – but my hope is that as an author, the review will be received as constructive criticism.  I have no reason to tear anyone down for the sake of it – I want to help, and if that means you need help with editing, or maybe there were too many loose ends, I hope you receive that in the spirit it is intended, and not as a blatant slap.  I understand that a book is a labor of love, and the last thing I want to do is be discouraging.
 
I will NOT accept money for a review.  I will accept gifted books that were not requested, but that leaves me no obligation to review.  I will enter giveaways (even for $5 gift cards) and don’t believe that counts as being paid.
 

SPECIAL NOTE: My kids read as well, and are participating in reviews (Search: Kidz Korner), they are willing to take on reviews as well, however they request actual books over ebooks, as none of them prefer to read on their tablets.  Keep in mind that if you request a child to review a book, the review is going to be written by a child.

Books must be age appropriate:  Elijah – 13, Azalyah 11, Abigail – 10.  And they will be previewed by me before they will be allowed to read them.