Review Policy

I am willing to review YA/New Adult SciFi, Fantasy, Thriller, Horror, and Suspense.  On occasion, I will read adult SciFi, Fantasy, Thriller, Horror, and Suspense.  I do not review Romance or Erotica novels.

I do not guarantee that I will review every book that I am sent. I will not post reviews that earn a rating of 1/5.

If I do agree to review your book, you will be automatically added to my newsletter.  This is the best way for me to inform you that your review is coming up and it is a wonderful way for you to help support other authors.

I will try to post about upcoming books as close to their release date as possible.  This will sometimes be a challenge due to school demands and a limit of posts per week.  If you would like a review posted by a certain date, I ask that you send me the novel 30 days before the date you would like the review published.  Because it is difficult to schedule reading time around school times, I will not review books that do not meet this request.

My reviews will be 100% honest 100% of the time.  If I do not like something, I will discuss it just like I will discuss the good points of the book.  I will, however, work to find both positive and negative qualities to discuss each time I read a book.  

I am willing to accept self-published titles as well as eBooks in Kindle and PDF format.  Please be sure that books are edited prior to sending.

This blog was created to ensure that my audience was introduced to a wide variety of literature. This includes both upcoming and previously published books.  I strive to post reviews of all books, not just brand new ones.  I believe that all books matter.

As you will notice, I use apples rather than stars to rate the books I review.  Please refer to the information below to better understand my rating system.


Great book!  I will definitely read again and will drool over it to all of my friends!
This was a pretty good book!  I liked it a lot.

This book was OK.  

There were a few good parts to the book.
Reading this book was an absolute chore.  


















1 comment:

  1. The Star Blue Soldier” is a science fiction novel. The spiritual beliefs of the Indian Nation, is entwined with American history and the CIA.
    In 1860, after fighting and killing an alien Navajo Indian, Killian Kilkenny, a big strong red-haired trapper, begins to experience lapses in memory, and body changes. He learns, from an Indian medicine man, the bluish blood the alien Indian spilled on him, during their fight caused Killian to become an alien Blue. He is now an alien, who can transform into any human form, and only be killed by fire. Any wounds he suffers by knife, gunfire or other means will self-heal in minutes. Killian uses his new powers as a soldier. For the next one-hundred years, he fights in all of America’s wars. Over those years, Killian’s has had one main nemesis, the Navajo Indian Lupan, who is an evil Blue Warrior. Back in 1861, they had fought, when Killian was with the 1st Cavalry, and Lupan with the Navajo’s, who were attacking the fort. During their fight Lupan vowed he would seek out, and kill Killian, who as a white man should not have the powers of a Blue. For years the two Blues search for one another. Does Lupan find Killian? Does he kill him? Or does Killian rid the world of the demon, Lupan?

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