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Review Policy




All books reviewed on this blog have either been purchased or obtained from the author or publisher In exchange for an honest review. I accept no monetary compensation for any review book.

What I read

I read a variety of books ranging from Young Adult and New Adult. I read contemporary, fantasy, dystopian, fiction, graphic novels, and some children's books.


Conditions 
  1. I have the option to decline ANY book  
  2. If the book you want me to review is part of a series or trilogy I will request the first book(s) as well. 
  3. I reserve the right to post the reviews from my blog on other websites including goodreads, Amazon, and Books A Million. The author or publisher will be notified before I post it on a different site that is not listed. 

Time   
I ask that the author respects the amount of time I need to read and review the book. I typically need 1-2 weeks to review a book depending on the size of the book and amount of other books I have to review. Doing this will allow my review to be as honest as possible. If something happens preventing me from reading and reviewing the book sooner I will notify the author through email.

Format of the review book 

I prefer physical copies, however, I will except ePub files considering I own an eReader. 




If you would like me to review your book contact me at Mallorybooksblog@gmail.com. Other ways to contact me are listed in the sidebar but I prefer email. Thanks you so much for considering me to review your book!

Requested information: 

Your name and email which will allow me to contact you as soon as my review is finished or if there is any inconvenience. 
A synopsis (links accepted) so I will know what it's about. If you do not provide me with one I will proceed to use goodreads. 
If it applies: the release date and time frame for the review. 

THANKS

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