6 February 2009

Review Policy

Dear authors and publicists,

I'd be more than happy to read and review your books provided I find them interesting. I particularly enjoy chick lit, historical (19th & early 20th century) and YA books.
I do not read paranormal stories (i.e. vampires, werewolves, fairies etc.), even though I don't mind a bit of "magic" (e.g. time travel, magic dresses etc.). I also do not read crime, sci-fi, (urban) fantasy or anything remotely religious.
I will consider each book you think might interest me and let you know if I think I could review it. All I can promise is that my review will be honest and should you request, I'll post it on Amazon, Goodreads and anywhere else you might like.

I try very hard to review each book I receive, but due to my massive pile of unread books that is not always immediately possible. Let me know when you'd like to have the review posted and I'll try my best to get it up by then.

If you would like to have a book reviewed on Bookalicious Ramblings, then please email me at bookaliciousss @ gmail.com (obviously delete the spaces) and I'll get back to you as soon as possible, usually within a few hours at the latest.


Sverige said...

This is a beautiful story, an utterly absorbing, romantic book.
The Last Letter From Your Lover is a novel for romantics who believe that true love can never be denied.
Jennifer Stirling wakes in hospital after a car accident, her memory scattered. She returns home with her husband, who seems little more than a stranger, and tries to pick up the threads of a life she doesn't remember. Disorientated and unhappy, she discovers a love letter hidden in a paperback and pieces together a passionate history with a mystery lover.

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