Joined 8 years ago from Indianapolis, Indiana
Whenever I finish a book, the first thing I want to do is to share something about that book with other people. While I do write reviews on Amazon, these are usually briefer and are intended for the person who is looking for a quick bit of information about a book they're considering picking out. When I write reviews on other platforms (such as Hubpages), the purpose of these reviews is to give the reader a good idea of what the book is about, what they may like about it and what they may dislike about it. I also hope to reach authors who could do with some help in figuring out where they should begin their editing process.
My reviews include a lot of information. I'm not always an avid reader, but I am a thorough reader who takes notes on the books that I'm reading and is looking to provide thorough feedback on the novels I do complete. I never review books I didn't finish and it's very rare that I DNF (do not finish) a novel that I've picked up.
I am not currently accepting ARCs for review. So sorry!
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