My Reviewing Policy

Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog! In case it hasn't been made strikingly obvious by the number of bookish posts I've done, I'm a huge bookworm! And as such I love to review books.

If you're an author interested in getting your work out there and would like me to review it, you can contact me via the contact form at the bottom of this page. If I decide that it's something that I want to review I will read the book and post an honest review here on my blog, on my Amazon, and on my Goodreads,.  in return for a free copy of your book, which you provide. (I will read: mobi [Kindle] or physical copy formats)

However, I will not in most cases read books of the following genres: Romance, Nonfiction, Children's fiction, and horror.

I also will not read any books with any overly explicit content no matter the type

Thank you for your consideration, and I hope we can do business together! :D

4 comments:

  1. Hi Emerys

    I came across you on twitter, I then took a look at your blog and really like your style. I wonder if you would be interested in reviewing one of my children's books - Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy.

    This is a review, which I think describes the book quite well.

    "A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN" and the name is "Ronaldo”

    Ronaldo is a young flying reindeer cadet who someday dreams of becoming one of Santa's reindeer, just like his hero, Vixen. With the love and support of his friends and family and the great advice of his grandpa he can face his greatest challenge yet, the Endurance Challenge. Ronaldo doesn't have a "traditional" reindeer name (like Dasher) so he faces some bullying from his peers. In the end this little underdog gets to be a big time hero. And despite all his slap-stick humor style clumsiness he gets to enjoy his success with pride


    Here is the link to the first book in the Ronaldo series and please let me know if this is something that appeals to you.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019H2M2TI/

    Thank you for your time

    Kind regards
    Maxine

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    1. Hey Maxine! First off I want to thank you for your offer to review this book! It sounds like a very cool children's book and I'm sure that it's outstanding, but unfortunately I'm going to have to say no. It just isn't the type of book that I typically like to read and as such I don't think I could review it with fair justice.

      I want to thank you once again for your kind offer though, and I wish you the best of luck!

      Kind regards
      Emrys Merlin

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  2. Hi Emerys,

    My name is Amanda Dacyczyn and I was wondering if you would be willing to read and write a review on my new self published novel, "The Factory". I understand you may be busy but I thought I would ask. I know how important a review is for a book, as I am always looking at them. Plus I would LOVE to have an honest review, because when your parents read your book they ALWAYS love it...and I need honesty.

    Here is a synopsis or "Back Cover" of the book.

    "Nothing can stop the Beast"

    The Factory was built to control the population and keep the world from destruction. The rules were simple. Fifty people go in and six came out. No one knew what happened inside, and no one cared to find out. Now after thirty years of sleep, The Factory has come back to life.

    Mae, the orphan and town outcast, knows that being called into The Factory is a gamble, but getting out will make her village notice her again. Javeen has to get out for the sake of his family. With a presumed dead father, and a mother who refuses to take care of her four children, he is all they have keeping them together. The two are called in, ready and prepared to take on the The Factory head on. However, they forget the most important part about this dangerous structure.

    The Factory always gets what it wants.

    Thank you again!

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    1. Oh my goodness, this book sounds amazing! I'm very intrigued! I love the sound of it and am definitely interested in reviewing it. First though, there are still a few things I need to know about the book before I can say yes or no. If you'd like, you can message me through the contact form and we can discuss it in more depth :D

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