Review Policy

If you are interested in me reading and reviewing your book could you please read what I do and do not read before you e-mail me.

If your book falls under the 'no-no' list please bare in mind that this may not be because I dislike the genre but because I do not think I would be able to give it a fair and rounded review. 

I DO NOT read the following -
  • Non-fiction (mainly on religion and politics)
  • Erotica
  • Vampire fiction (isn't my thing, sorry)
I DO read -
  • Romance (historical and contemporary)
  • Fantasy (with a romantic element)
  • Science-fiction (once again, if it has a romantic spin all the better)
  • Chic-lit (occasionally)
  • Young Adult (fantasy, romance, contemporary etc)
As far as formats go I do prefer physical copies (they don't run out of batteries or go on the blink ;)). If this is not possible then I do accept e-books in formats readable on a Kindle. 

I am more than happy to read books that have been self-published. 

***Due to scheduling on my blog, my ever growing reading pile, uncontrollable circumstances that may arise and my own reading mood I cannot guarantee that I will be able to read every book I accept. But you have my promise that I will try my best to do so*** 


Phantom Fiction Policy

If you are an author/publisher of a novel based on The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and you would like me to review your book as part of my Phantom Novels segment I would be honored. 

The preferred format is the same as above -
I prefer a physical copy of a book over an e-copy. If that is not possible then I do accept e-books readable on Kindle. 

You can contact me at this address - alex(dot)bletheringbookworm(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

As part of this segment I also review books that have Phantom themes. This includes Beauty and the Beast tales and novelizations of the myth of Hades and Persephone.   



5 comments:

  1. FYI, you have an extra "o" in your mailing address above. Looked ok on the contact page, but my first attempt to e-mail you bounced.

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    1. Thanks for the heads-up on the extra "o" kayiscah.

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  3. I love the Phantom of the Opera with Lon Chaney. We have a grand old movie theater here in Birmingham Alabama. (pre-sound) The organ rises and lowers with a seated player. Until recently, they showed Phantom every year on Halloween, with live accompaniment.
    I read a Sherlock Holmes and Phantom novelization when I was younger, but I cannot recall the name.
    I am glad you found the Terry Pratchett novel! I am a HUGE Terry Pratchett fan. Maskerade has one of the best endings ever!

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