As of this point I’m not accepting books for review as I am over run! If you are interested in a guest post or Q&A only, please submit details as below.
I regularly get over 200 emails to this blog requesting features. I did go through a period when I tried to answer all the emails I got. There is simply not enough time. If I feel that your book is a good fit for my blog, I’ll answer your note.
Please read the following before submitting any request!
I read the following genres:
- Contemporary Romance
- Historical Romance (with a preference to Regency era)
- Time travel Romance
- Some Erotic Romance
I am happy to accept review copies of books of the above genres. I don’t like most of the other genres, and therefore it doesn’t make sense for me to try to review other genres! I prefer epub or pdf ebooks (I have a Nook) although I am also happy to read print versions as well.
All queries can be sent to sugarbeatsbooks AT gmail DOT com or use the email link to the right. Please include the title of the book, the genre, author name, page count, and a brief description of the story. It is helpful also to have a link to the author’s website so that I can do some research before accepting or declining the request. If the book that you are submitting for review has a release date – please let me know what it is. I receive quite a few review requests and usually have quite a few books waiting to be read. If you want a review posted before your release date and I can’t accommodate a review, I may be able to schedule an interview or guest post.
Please note, I do not post negative reviews. If I do not like your book for whatever reason, I will let you know by e-mail, but will not be posting that on my blog. I find that I am pretty easy to please with regards to my reading. If something doesn’t strike my fancy, I simply put it back on the TBR pile and give it a go at another time. If you are under a time crunch for a review, the above scenario may not work for you.
One last comment – please do not submit an unedited manuscript to me. There is nothing that gets my dander up like grammar and spelling errors. I understand the odd error that escapes notice – I make them myself – but a manuscript rife with errors will not be read.