Review requests

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UPDATE

Due to having a HUGE, towering TBR list, and struggling to keep up with the titles I already have, I am not accepting many new books for review. I will of course respond to those I am interested in, but due to a large number of emails I can’t respond to everything – really sorry! However, I am always open to posting content as part of the blog tours – author posts, spotlight posts, extracts, giveaways, etc… do get in touch at snazzybooksblog@gmail.com to discuss πŸ™‚ Always keen to help promote authors and books on here!


I read a wide range of genres and like trying new styles, but I mostly read fiction from the following categories:

Mystery/ thriller
> Literary fiction
> Crime/ Detective
> Women’s fiction
> Humour
> Horror
> Romance
> Historical fiction
> YA

And I LOVE cooking so anything cookery / recipe / food related, especially healthy eating, is usually of interest to me! Also enjoy interesting autobiographies πŸ™‚

I post all my reviews on Goodreads, Amazon and anywhere else applicable too, and share via social media.

I accept printed copies (preferred but I do know and understand that they’re a lot more expensive to provide) as well as e-books.

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6 thoughts on “Review requests

  1. Sheila M. Cronin says:

    Dear Snazzybooks blogger,

    Like your snazzy site, especially your Easter reading list. I’m a huge fan of Easter.

    Are you planning a Mother’s Day reading list, too? In which case, please consider reviewing my novel, The Gift Counselor. Though set in the Christmas season, it focuses on the year-round activity of gift gifting and has garnered 28 reviews on amazon and 7 on goodreads, Plus, The Gift Counselor just won the 2015 Beverly Hills Book Awards. It is recommended for book clubs, too.

    SMC

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  2. SnazzyBooks says:

    Hello Sheila, Thanks for your message.
    I am not planning a Mothers’ Day list as such this year, as it was back in March so I think I’ve missed the boat on that one! The Easter list was just a list of what I was reading at the time, so I will definitely do more of these in the future and I am always reviewing books. I’ve got quite a backlog of books to review at the moment but your novel looks really interesting to me so I’d be really happy to review it at some point in the not-too-distant future!

    If this sounds OK to you then my email is snazzybooksblog@gmail.com πŸ™‚

    Many thanks,
    Laura

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    Hi,

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    Thanks,

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  5. Heather says:

    Hi Sanzzybooks blogger, love your site. I’m always reading new books that I want to talk about. The latest one is The Alphabet of Heart’s Desire by Brian Keaney which is loosely based a period in the life of Thomas de Quincy, the author of Confessions of an opium eater. I love historical fiction that weaves fact with fiction and this works so well. There are 3 stories interwoven, those of Thomas de Quincey, Anne, a prostitute and Tuah, a slave. All have been shockingly abused and damaged in very different ways but Tuah’s story will stay with me for a long time. The historical details of Victorian London and the continuing narratives as we switch from Anne to Tuah to Thomas makes for a cracking read. This is strong historical fiction, well written, pacy and absorbing.

    Regards
    Heather

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