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Review Policy

My review requests are open, please send me an email on powisamy@gmail.com and I will consider requests and I will reply as soon as possible with a reply. 

What will I accept for review?

- I will accept both self or traditionally published authors. 

- I will also accept both print or digital copies of books. The format of E-Books would be better if they are PDF or available to view on a Kindle.  

- I will accept books to review that are YA especially contemporaries, Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books, Thrillers and Dystopian reads. On occasion, I may also consider reviewing adult Sci-Fi Fantasy reads but this will be based on a synopsis.

- If I accept your book to review I would hope to read and review your book in a 6 month period although this could be delayed as to how busy I am. Due to this please mention in your initial email if the book as to be read on a specific date so I have enough time to read the book and post a review.

- If I dislike a book that I have taken in to review, then I will contact you to let you know the situation before anything is published as I do post reviews honestly on my blog. 

- The review of the book will definitely be posted on my blog and I am looking into finding the time to cross-post my reviews to Goodreads and Amazon. If you would like me to review the book on Amazon and Goodreads, please let me know and I will do so. 

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