Review Policy

Here at Reading Nook I live to read and review new and exciting books. I have so many on both my bookcases (yes more than one) and kindle but am always interested in checking out new authors work. I am listed on the Indie Reviewer’s List at The Indie View, signed up to Give Me Books mailing list and am a member on NetGalley, BookLook Bloggers and Blogging for Books where I sometimes request ARC copies. I have also over the last year made some great contacts with Indie authors who have come to me direct to review some of their books. I am happy to be involved in any Blog Tours, Cover Reveals, Sale Blitz and/or Release Blitz.

The genre’s I love the most are Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Young Adult, Women’s Fiction, Historical Romance, Contemporary Fiction and Erotica. Though am willing to try new genres. I am very open to requests and would be happy to read and review books for authors and publishers. I am also available to be a Beta/Proof reader for authors. If you are interested let me know and I will see if I can work your book into my schedule.

I read for my own enjoyment and my reviews are my own thoughts and feelings about any given novel that I chose to read.

Each of my reviews include the following:

  • Title of the book and publishing information
  • Author name and link(s) to their own websites and/or Facebook accounts
  • Book Synopsis
  • My own review (a few paragraphs about the book and what I thought)
  • A star rating from 1 to 5

I give my honest opinion on every book but cannot always guarantee a positive one.

Apart from posting on my Blog I will also post my review on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Bloglovin and Amazon. If I receive any ARC copies from NetGalley, BookLook Bloggers and/or Blogging for Books I will also post the review on their sites as well.

5 responses to “Review Policy

  1. Hello, I found you on Twitter,

    Might you like to read/review my new standalone psychological thriller called FEAR DREAMS?

    Publication Date: March 28, 2016

    Liddy Barron, an artist, was injured in a hit-and-run accident that left her with recurring nightmares, gaps in her memory, and an increasing obsession in the disappearance of a coed named Sasha Perry. Insecure and nervous, Liddy’s turmoil grows as she begins seeing ghostly images. Her husband Paul tries to help but suspects it’s just her imagination…while intuitive Detective Kerri Blasco, also obsessed with young Sasha’s disappearance, senses that Liddy may have a key to solving the case, and tries to unravel the shocking truth of what really haunts her.

    Amazon link: (Also available in paperback.) If interested, which format do you prefer? I have a PDF & a mobi file.

    Many thanks for your attention,

    Joyce (J.A. Schneider)


  2. B.R.L. Coryn

    You go reviewing that many different genres, your schedule’s going to be filling up awfully quick. Well, before you get overloaded, perhaps I could interest you in a paranormal romance that doesn’t feature paranormal creatures, but rather paranormal events? Here’s the Amazon link, at which you can read the first three chapters or so (out of twenty):

    As summarized at the link:

    Truth can be stranger than fiction, as Don Richards knows: his unlikely modern fairytale marriage with Denise, the unwed teen mother he hired to take care of his little son Jackie after his first wife died in a car wreck, has Don doubting his life can possibly get any more bizarre, even with their Caribbean honeymoon cruise passing through the legendary Bermuda Triangle. Fiction, however, proves to have a few surprises of its own as the Bermuda Triangle proves to be a place in which paranormal events long dismissed as exaggerations and mythical mumbo-jumbo are rare, but do happen. The trouble is, when myths come true in reality, metaphor is powerless to dispel these paranormal events the way it does in all the made up stories.

    In Mr. and Mrs. Richards’ case, this is especially problematic because their minds have also been swapped with those of his nine-and-a-half-year-old son Jackie and her nine-year-old daughter Jaymee, respectively. What will they do if their swap proves to be irreversible?

    If you’re interested, I’ll gladly send you a full free copy in exchange for a review.

    B.R.L. Coryn


    • You are right that my schedule is slowly filling up but I’m always happy to check out new books. Yours sounds like an interesting read so I would be happy to review it for you. When would you be looking for it to go out though as I have a few on my list that need to be done soon? You can always email me direct at Thanks


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