I have dabbled before… (see PAWS Review)… but now I think I am ready to take on a real challenge.
I would like to read and review your book.
I vastly prefer novels in the genre of fantasy, science fiction, or mystery/thriller, but I will be happy to read a synopsis of your book and decide if it is something I would be interested in. If the material doesn’t interest me, I can’t read it. I do enjoy a bit of history as well, so historical thrillers or historical romance (not smut) would be considered.
Here is the catch: you will need to provide me with a copy of your book (I have a Kindle, or hard copies are acceptable) and $1 to my PayPal. If these terms are agreeable, please send your review request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warning: I am a Grammar/ English Nazi. If your writing or grammar is terrible, I will not be able to finish reading the book and I will refund your fee. Please write a personal email to prove how articulate you are when you pitch me your story.
For anyone who reads fantasy, I am in a bind: I need to make reference to homing birds, and I couldn’t decide whether to say carrier pigeons or ravens. I feel like if I reference ravens, I’ll be accused of copycatting George R.R. Martin. But it just sounds so awesome! Anyway, what do you think? Are there any other type of messenger birds I am unaware of? Comment below!
Oh, and on a side/personal note, the sci-fi convention I am helping to organize just launched a kickstarter to help pay for new guests and other expenses. Take a look, and donate if you can! Thanks!
I already have the sequel to Fuzzy Business written, but it needs to be edited and revised. It will probably have to wait til next year to be published. Until I get the help I’m waiting for on that front, I’m working on both promoting Fuzzy Business and writing my own sorta-epic fantasy novel. I came up with the concept for it years ago, and thanks to my husband, have finally hashed out a refurbished outline. I’m only a few chapters in, but it’s going swimmingly!
Are there any fantasy novel faux-pas you think I need to avoid?