Review Policy

I am always open for reviews but I am booked many months in advance.  At this time I am booking reviews into May.

I read all genres apart from the true reads abuse stories.

It may take me a while to reply to your email, but I thank you for emailing me and I will respond when I’m not reading!

I source the books I read from lots of different places:

Libraries – I use my local library a lot.  Reading doesn’t have to cost you anything.  When I was reading the entire Agatha Raisin series, I borrowed the books from my library.

Charity Shops – I used to volunteer in a charity shop and they are the best place to find cheap books.  Most charity shops are inundated with books so they continually promote bulk buying.  It’s very usual to find 3 for a £1 or similar offers.

Amazon – I read using any platform.  I love books but I also love the flexibility and practicality of a Kindle.  So I enjoy the best of both worlds.  I do not have Amazon Prime.

Kindofbook – This site sends a daily email showing books on offer on Kindle.  I find it useful for finding books I wouldn’t usually search for. Www.kindofbook.com

Astley Book Farm – If you have never been here, pay it a visit.  Thousands of books set in a converted barn, it is a book lover’s dream, with a brilliant cafe.

Blog tours – I am on a lot of blog tours, which means I receive the book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I do blog tours for Rachel’s Random Resources, Tracy Fenton, Sarah Hardy and Bookouture.  I am also on Carole Wyer’s Street team.

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