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Review Policy

Thank you for taking the time to read my review policy, I appreciate it greatly.

Genres:
You can check to see if your book is in my 'To Be Read' list on Goodreads, if it is... then you know I would like to read it!

I love to read and review books in Young Adult fiction, here are my preferences:
  • I read all YA and Adult genres (Horror, Chick-Lit, Science Fiction, Fantasy, etc.)
  • Selected Middle Grade and New Adult books.
  • Self published authors ARE accepted.
I accept Arcs alongside those that have already been released. If the book is part of a series, I may need the previous books. I have no preference as to the format of the book, however, if it is an Ebook it must be a .epub file, thank you.

I appreciate review requests massively, however a review copy does NOT guarantee a review.

Reviews:
My reviews are of my own opinion. I am honest about my thoughts of a book and thoughts and feelings are never influenced by others.

All my reviews will include:
  • Cover art (From Goodreads)
  • If received from a Author, Publisher, Netgalley or Giveaway, I will state this.
  • Details: Title, author, publisher, release date, series and page count.
  • A summary of the book (From Goodreads)
  • My review: What I enjoyed and what I didn't.
OR
You can email me using the address highlighted below.
Review Posting:
All my reviews will be posted on my blog, Goodreads, Amazon and a mention on my Twitter account.


The best way to contact me is via email:

onceuponamoonlightreview[at]gmail[dot]com

Thank you and look forward to hearing from you!

Please Note:
Review copies provided by the Publisher or Author do NOT influence my reviews and opinions in any way, they will always be of my own opinion and is clearly stated as to whether the book was received for review. Payment is NEVER accepted in exchange for a book review.

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