What I Review:
-ARC’s from Netgalley
-Fantasy and Sci-Fi
-Horror and Thriller
*I also accept review requests, paperback/hardback ARC’s and eARC’s from authors and publishers.*
All of my reviews are my own honest thoughts on the book. If I received the book for free from publishers/authors it will not have an impact on whether the review is favourable or not. Many of the books I read will not be reviewed until closer to the publication date (if provided by Netgalley) in compliance with the publishers rules.
The book cover images I use for my reviews are from Goodreads. However, my logo and homepage pictures are my own.
My star ratings work on a .25 basis (- i.e. 4, 4.25, 4.5,4.75,5):
1 STAR – Could not finish, could not connect with characters, could not follow the plot or the plot was poor.
2 STARS– Good plot/characters, not for me, could not get into it.
3 STARS- Good plot, good characters, I probably wanted more, liked the book and would recommend.
4 STARS – Loved it, loved the plot/characters, something small was missing. – would recommend
5 STARS– Amazing, no issues loved everything. – Would recommend
I reserve the right to DNF a book sent for a review request if it is not for me.
I read because it is the most significant form of travel. To read is to travel from world to world in an instant, and best of all each of those worlds become a part of who you are, as if by magic.
Any book recommendations you have please send to me via my twitter- I’m always happy to try new books! I will review them on my blog and credit those who recommended it. I do not read/review erotica or biographies/autobiographies/short story collections.
When reviewing books I look for diversity, representation and the portrayal of each character. However, I also look at the worldbuilding, magic systems (if any) and character development- all of which influences my ratings.