Hi! Thanks for allowing me to read and review your book!

Because I physically can't read as many books as I would want to, I prefer to limit to the following genres:
  • Chick Lit
  • Historical Fiction
  • Legal Thrillers
  • Murder Mystery
  • Women's Fiction
  • Young Adult
Even though I do enjoy Sci-Fi and Fantasy, most of the times the stories go over my head and I might not be able to appreciate the story as much. In the case of Romance (of any type) I have a deep prejudice against it, so it would not be fair that my personal dislike will cloud my review.

When I choose a book to read, I make sure to follow the author on Twitter and tweet my impressions of the book as I'm reading it. Once I'm done I will post a review on Goodreads & Amazon, a detailed review on this blog and if the author is willing an interview.

When I don't like a story I stop reading, but that doesn't mean I will give bad reviews. I will contact the writer privately and let him/her know there won't be a review and why. I think it's fair to offer a friendly critique. I believe in respecting the hard work of every author.

If you're interested, please leave a comment with your information and I'll be sure to contact you.




  1. Hi Ellie
    Came across your interesting blog thro' twitter. Have just published 1st novel - Dangerous Waters- romantic mystery. I see you don't like romance so may not want to review but would you be interested in an interview? You can check out my book and myself at
    Many thanks

  2. Hi Ellie,

    Thanks to Twitter, I've found you! I've written a YA Fantasy, my first, I'd love to have you read if you're interested. I could sure use a review if you find it worthy. If not, the critique would certainly be welcomed. My author page is at



  3. Hi Ellie,
    I would love to send you a review request for my debut chick lit novel, Saving Saffron Sweeting.
    A taster of it is here:
    Please let me know if you'd like more information.
    Best wishes,
    Pauline Wiles