Review Policies/Requests

As of January 1, 2017 I’m closed to new review requests. I need to focus on catching up on my current TBR list, but I will reopen as soon as I can. In the meantime, I love participating in blog tours and would be happy to post content. I also have my Saturday Shoutout series, details below.¬†

Novelgossip accepts reviews of the following categories of books; Young Adult, Mystery/Thriller, Contemporary Romance, Chick Lit and Historical Fiction.
Requests may come from large publishers, ebook publishers, independent publishers, and authors in the form of ARCs, eARCs, paperbacks and ebooks via a Mobi file.  Self published authors will also be considered, as long as the book fits one of the aforementioned categories.

Review timelines will be determined when a review is accepted but generally will be completed within a few months although no date is guaranteed unless otherwise stated. If you have already sent me a book to review and haven’t heard from me again, it may be that your book wasn’t for me. Sending me a review copy does not guarantee that I will post a review. I do review every book that I finish, regardless of the rating. I do not “review” books I DNF.

If I have reviewed for you in the past, please feel free to contact me and we may be able to work something out. I love repeat “customers”!

I do NOT charge for reviews and never will. Authors should never have to pay a book blogger for a review. Ever.

I love participating in blog tours so feel free to inquire about those as well. I also have a Saturday Shoutout feature where I post author Q & A’s, book promo posts, and I also highlight and feature fellow book bloggers and publishers. If you would like to be considered to be featured as part of that series, please contact me and we can discuss it further.
Please email for more information.

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