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So as I previous stated in the note at the bottom of the “About the Bookworm” page, it would be a disservice for me to attempt to review a book every day or even every other day. That is why I am open to the Guest Review option.
Now you might say: “What’s in it for me?” Well beside telling the world about a pretty awesome book you just read, I can promise you two things:
(1) I will promote your guest review and personal blog on Twitter, Google+, and Facebook.
(2) I would be more than willing to return the favour and guest post for you.
Sounds like a plan? Okay!
Becoming a guest reviewer consists of two easy steps!
If you wish to be a guest review send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title “GUEST REVIEW REQUEST” and the following*:
*NB* This should be done (BEFORE YOU WRITE A REVIEW)!
**NB** You do not have to have previously done a review in order to guest blog. I am more than willing to give new reviewers or bloggers who want to branch out some spotlight.
After I receive all your information, I’ll check you out. If I think you’ll be a good fit for my site, I’ll shoot you an email telling you its a go. We will agree on a deadline and you’ll get to working on your review. If I don’t think you are a good fit, I will politely decline and explain my reasoning. Either way, you will receive an email from me. Once you are done with the review, you’ll submit it to me via email. I’ll give it the one over for grammatical errors and then post it, along with links to the book and to your site.
If you are looking for an example of a review to get an idea of what I post, click here.
Brian Rush’s Goddess-Born – 3 January 2013
JD Hallowell’s Dragon Fate – 15 January 2013
Dawn Cook’s The Decoy Princess – 23 January 2013
Mark Matton’s Undreamed Shores – 30 January 2013 (Guest Review by Richard Abbott)
Mike Gullickson’s The Northern Star: The Beginning – 2 February 2013
Rosemary Lynch’s Kainan: The Deragan Sword Prophecy – 24 February 2013
Ron Vitale’s Cinderella’s Secret Diary: Book 1 Lost – 2 March 2013
Robert Evert’s Ridde in Stone – 17 March 2013
V.M. Whitworth’s The Bone Thief – 21 March 2013 (Guest Review by Richard Abbott)
Brian Rush – 7 January 2013
JD Hallowell – 21 January 2013
Robert Evert – 4 February 2013
Mike Gullickson – 10 February 2013
Rosemary Lynch – 7 March 2013
Ron Vitale – 12 March 2013
Natasha Jones – 14 March 2013
Reflections on My First Review/Interview – 8 January 2013
The Bookworm Awakens – 30 December 2012
Win a Copy of Stephen King On Writing – 5 February 2013
Ellipsis Tirade – 8 February 2013
The Liebster Blog Award: Shameless Self-Promotion 9 February 2013
Games Workshop Super Bully – 18 February 2013
Bookworm Update – 5 March 2013
Update on “Win a Copy of Stephen King On Writing” – 19 March 2013
♦Around the Web♦
Around the Web #1 Naomi Musch Interview, Leigh Evans/Patrick Rothfuss, IndeReCon – 12 January 2013
Around the Web #2 Leigh Evans Interview, Writing Tips from Writing Greats, Robert Evert Blog Highlight – 19 January 2013
Around the Web #3 Book Review Edition – 25 January 2013
Around the Web #4 The Plight of the Indie Author – 7 February 2013
Around the Web #5 No Wasted In, Omar Kiam, Kathleen Dale – 9 March 2013
*NB*While I don’t mind paying to read a book in order to review it, please note that it does move it down on my review list. I’d rather spend the extra money on diapers for my monster :)
Updated 9 APR 13
The Bookworm, otherwise known as Erin Eymard, is a lover of the written word, language, and history. As a new mother, she does her best to sneak in as much reading as possible considering her Nook a sanity saver. She especially enjoys science-fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction / romance. Also a dirty little secret about the Bookworm is that she is a gamer. When not reading, working, or tending to the little tyke, she enjoys tabletop games of all kinds.
The Bookworm also does book reviews at The New Podler Review.
*NB* – You may notice that after I do a review of a book, I spend a little time introducing the reader to the author. I do this because a good book review takes a little while to put out. I cannot in good conscience put out a book review every day or every other day. It does no justice to the reader or the author. To fill the space between reviews, I will give the readers more information about the authors reviewed. I will follow up with an author interview as well as an interesting post or two from their blog (if they have one).
*NB* – In accordance with the new FTC Guidelines for blogging and endorsements, I would like everyone to know that while I do purchase my own books for review on occasion, you should assume that every book reviewed here was provided to the reviewers by the publisher or the author for free unless specified otherwise.
Updated 8 January 2013
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