Review Policy

**CURRENTLY CLOSED TO REVIEW REQUESTS**

To All Authors, Publishers and Publicists:

We’ll keep this short and sweet.  We love books and currently do not want to discriminate against any particular genre.

  • Our policy is pretty simple.  We’ll read the book and put up our honest review, sans spoilers.
  • We are now able to accept .epub, .pdf and .mobi files for ebooks.  If you’d prefer to send a paperback, please specify that within the email.

Please email us at reviewsinapinch@gmail.com with the book’s title and description and we get back to you promptly.

Have a wonderful day!

 

3 Responses to “Review Policy”

  1. Allen Tiffany

    Hello, I’ve just published a short novel about the 173rd Airborne Brigade’s activities in early 1968 during the Vietnam War, and the lasting impact the action had on the combatants. The novella is titled: Youth In Asia.

    My story is a framed narrative, and it starts with a grandfather – a Vietnam War veteran – talking to his grandson about joining the army, and in doing so, he relates his own (continuing) confusion about the war and what happened to him there.

    So I would very much appreciate it if you would also consider reading my novella and sharing your thoughts on it. I am a retired infantry officer and have published a number of professional articles. I also have a Master degree in creative writing.

    I will be happy to send you either a MOBI or PDF file of Youth In Asia.

    Here is the Amazon link if you would like to see an excerpt: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V6WXVF2

    At least half of my earnings from this book will go to the Wounded Warrior Project to help fund support for our injured veterans.

    Thank you for your time and consideration!

    Most sincerely, Allen Tiffany
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  2. Lorena Glass

    Dear Book Reviewer:

    I am the author of a new adult-targeted ebook called Echo (now available on Amazon.com), which is the first book of a trilogy that is an epic time travel reincarnation love story. Though it’s foremost a love story, it is by no means just targeted at women; and it could also fall comfortably into the categories of historical novel, adventure, and/or fantasy.

    Would you be interested in reviewing Echo?

    I’d be happy to send you a review copy in PDF format.

    Thank you,
    Lorena Glass

    Echo by
    Lorena Glass

    Published by MyInkBooks.com

    ASIN: B00T38UYY2

    Published on February 1, 2015

    511 pages

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