I am no longer taking requests. Sorry about that!
Note: If you're considering asking me to review your book, make sure you pick a Promotion Plan! Reader's Den is the sister site to Honest Crits, my critiquing/promoting/reviewing business. As thus, the submission form and details about each plan are on the Honest Crits site. This is just a general guide about how reviews work here at Reader's Den.
What I Read/Don't Read:
Though I prefer supernatural, horror, and fantasy novels and short story collections, I will read anything that is not poetry, literary fiction, erotica, or for children (however, I am willing to negotiate, but that doesn't necessarily mean I will make an exception). I will also not read it if I have to pay. This is not a matter of me being cheap. I'd love to support authors by buying their stuff, but I simply have no money to spend.
Here's a follow-up post about why I don't read poetry, literary fiction, erotica or children books. I say 'Triple R' a lot. That is because Reader's Den was called Triple R in 2011. Disregard the part about not reading short story collections. I love reviewing short story collections now: http://fuisti.blogspot.com/2011/01/explaining-my-book-review-preferences.html
Electric or Print:
I really prefer print, namely because I just like print books, but I will read a book that is electric. In fact, most of the books I've reviewed recently have been electric. I have a PC Kindle, so you can give me Kindle books. I also accept .PDF.
It will always take me exactly one day to read your book, no matter how long your book is, and one day to review it and start promoting it. That is my guarantee as a reviewer. However, how long I spend on promoting it depends on which Promotion Plan you choose. Both the Free Plan and Five Dollar Plan amount to one day of promotion. The Fifteen Dollar Plan ranges from 1-2 weeks of promotion.
Where Reviews Go:
Reader's Den, of course. This all depends on the Promotion Plan you choose, though.
I read and review one book each weekend of every month. For instance, there are four weekends in February. That means, in the month of February, I will be reviewing four books. However, there are five weekends in March, so I'll review five books that month.