Book Review Submissions

As someone who has been in love with books from the time I knew what they were, I will read and review just about anything, with the exception of horror/thriller and erotica, in general. I’m not stuck on any one particular genre since there are works in most genres that can draw me in. So here’s the deal.

If you’re a reader, and you’ve been debating whether or not you want to take that step and get that book… send me a request to review it and I will! Or at least, I’ll consider it. I love to know what readers are looking for and are interested in aside from my own tastes and it’s fun to chat about shared or different viewpoints.

If you’re a writer and you’re looking for reviews for your work, feel free to send my way as well.

Please keep in mind that all of my reviews are 100% honest and are my true thoughts and feelings about the work and the writing.

If you are sending me a request for review, please provide:

-An image of the book-cover to be used in my review

-A brief synopsis of the tale

-Your preferred purchase link for convenience to review readers

-Whether you’re a reader or a writer and your purpose for the review (since there are different options)

In order to add clarification, I will not accept work outside of the guidelines. I do not accept work that is:

  • Horror/thriller
  • Erotica

Feel free to submit in the comments below, or send an email to with the title Book Review Submission. Please be at least willing to provide an advanced reading copy.

I am currently booked for monthly featured reviews through October. If you are okay with waiting for your book to be featured, send my way! If you want the review sooner on other platforms, and still want it featured in the future, include that in your email.

I look forward to reading!


2 thoughts on “Book Review Submissions

  1. Mark Pannebecker says:

    I like what you’re doing, K.L. I was wondering if you’d care to read and review the first part of my 21-part series of novelettes titled A Fool’s Journey. The series follows the Fool as he travels through the Major Arcana of the Tarot. I’d be happy to send you a copy of Book I, The Magician (word count: 10,700) in any format you’d like along with all the other information you requested. Keep up the good work.

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