Review Policy

Hello. I am Raina Rivers and this is my book review blog. Thank you for your interest in having me review your book. Please note that at this time I only accept ebooks in PDF format. All reviews will be honest and that means whatever it means – good or bad.

Sure, I will try my best to come up with something positive to say about your book but in the end if I just can’t post a lie about it. So please keep that in mind when submitting your request for a review. ** If I can’t give your book a glowing review, I will give you the option of me not posting your review instead. I will leave that up to you.

I do not accept payment for reviews

I prefer books in the following genres:

  • Young Adult
  • Romance
  • Historical
  • Dystopian
  • Chick Lit

I do -not- accept books in the following genres:

  • Religious
  • Anime
  • Non-Fiction

Please submit your request as well as the information listed below to click here to fill out my contact form

If I decide your book is something I am able to review and I have the time available, I will provide you with my email address so that you may send me a PDF version of your book. 

  • Title of your book
  • Author Name
  • Genre
  • Synopsis
  • Relevant links including – Website, Blog, Facebook fan page, Twitter, Goodreads, etc.
  • Do you have a book trailer? If so is it on YouTube? Give me the link to that please.

Books are rated on a scale of 1 to 10, with one being the worst and ten being the best. I try and be fair in my ratings but it’s not always easy to rate a book. So much in reviewing a rating system is so personal. I may absolutely hate something in a book while others might not care about that part. In the end that’s why I opted with a rating scale of 1 to 10 instead of 1 to 5 because with a ten point system you get a larger range and that to me allows for more accuracy.

In addition of the 1 to 10 I also rate books on a buy, borrow or skip it scale. Buy it means you’ll probably want to read it again in the future, borrow it means you might have liked the book but it’s not a book I would want to re-read in the future and skip it means it’s a book you wouldn’t even want to bother with reading the first time.