We all know that freedom of speech is very important, especially in this day and age of the Internet, but there is a limit to what I will and will not read. I only have a few rules on what books I’ll review on Reader’s Boulevard:
- I don’t review erotic novels or stories (sorry “Fifty Shades of Grey” fans), and will only review a book if it isn’t labeled as erotica.
- No nonfictional novels or how-to guides (but may have a few exceptions).
- I won’t review graphic novels or comics unless it has 50+ pages in it.
- Books and novels based on true stories can count, but it can vary based on genre.
What books do you suggest though? Do they fall under the categories here, or do you have other ideas? Leave a comment below on what you think I should review next.
2 thoughts on “Review Criteria”
Hi, author Mark J Engels suggested that I ask you about getting a review for my book; I’m looking to see if I can find anyone who is willing to review a PDF, Epub or .mobi of my 44k word sci-fi leaning paranormal/fantasy story called The Illumination Query and post the review in June when I’m crowdfunding it’s publication. http://booklaunch.io/22niel/tsod1
If you want to get an overview of the story, there’s a fairly complete explanation of it here: http://publishizer.com/the-illumination-query/ I stopped the original campaign before it ran it’s course because I had initially started it without having any way of publicizing the project. I would like to have a way to get people aware of the book when I re-open it.
Sarah Baethge (http://www.facebook.com/SarahBaethge/)