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- Pitches: By all means, pitch me your book. I love reading new things and I love getting free things. So try me. See below for a list of my favorite genres/subgenres. I typically don't read "chick" lit, romance, or self-help books. But maybe your book is amazing, if so, I'd hate to miss it.
- Reviews: I'm into completing these challenges I've started, and one is to review every book I read. So, I'm going to review it whether I like it or not. But, I won't be disrespectful toward an author. I'll criticize the book, not the author. And, most books usually have redeeming qualities, I won't leave those out.
- Timeframe: This one is tough. If you absolutely have to have it by a certain time, let me know. If I'm honest, I have to say that it is possible I might not get it done on time. I work two jobs and I go to grad school, so I fall behind. (Not to mention, I'm a procrastinator.) I write this blog for fun and to be a part of a community. I won't kill myself over these things.
- Compensation: I don't get monetary compensation of any kind for writing on this blog. Review copies are the only thing I receive. I don't want compensation either. Then it would be a job.
- Review copies/ARCs: I'm stingy, I keep them. Unless you beg me to give them away. I'm a book hoarder by nature.
- Site traffic: I have no idea. I'm a part of the community, that's all that has mattered to me.
- Review posts: When I'm being a good blogger, I post links to my reviews on Goodreads, LibraryThing, and Twitter. I've had one post picked up by Basil and Spice for republishing.
- Young Adult or Middle Grade Fantasy and Science Fiction. I LOVE YA/MG fantasy series. (fantasy, fable, folklore, magic, fairies, please please puhleeeeese gimme me.)
- Young Adult Literature. (Preferably not gossip girl type books)
- Contemporary Literature. (Western or world lit)
- Dystopian Literature.
- Graphic novels.
- Long-form journalism and literary nonfiction. (I'm not an expert in any field. I typically review these on their literary merits.)
- Literary memoirs.
- Books adapted into films.
- Short story anthologies or collections. (I'm really trying to up my intake of short stories. I'm even taking a grad class in Fall 2009)