As I slowly get caught up on the never-ending list of finished books that need to be reviewed, I figured I should put together an official review policy (even though I definitely don’t consider myself an official book reviewer). Go here or click the “Review Policy” tab at the top of the page for information on what sorts of books I read, why I am writing reviews, and whether I will review your books or you can review mine (the answer to both is generally yes).
Apparently book reviews were not just on my mind today, because I stumbled across a great blog post on the topic this morning. Author Romarin Demetri wrote about “Why bloggers should vet ‘self-published’ authors instead of discriminating against them.” I’m not going to be that hardcore since I’m not doing this in any official capacity, but I fully agree with her sentiments. As an “indie” author myself, I am committed to the idea that I am not in competition with other authors. We’re all in this together, kids.
Can’t wait for my reviews and want to know what I’m reading right away? And see adorable cats, too? Follow me on Twitter or Instagram, where I post pictures of every book I start with whatever cat happens to be sitting still at the moment. This is the most recent one:
I’m almost finally caught up with my reviews after getting backlogged last March, when I read 14 novels during a 10-day vacation. Let’s see if I can beat that record and get completely behind once again when I leave for my next 10-day vacation next week!