Got a book out this year? Get it reviewed!

So you’ve been published? Great! You want to run it past someone honest and sometimes scathing? Good on you for taking up the gauntlet!

Here’s how you do it:
1. You take note of how I can be blunt and to the point, but also full of praise if your work is good enough!

2. You pull up your chosen email client and start an email to fictavia (at) gmail (dot) com with “book review” somewhere in the subject!

3. You summarise your blurb, genre, intended audience and anything else important that you’d like me to know, and send it to me!

See? It’s easy!

I will read any genre, but prefer first-time authors because I like the little guys. They deserve their breaks!

Get in touch!

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Fictavia (noun): writer, critiquer of the publishing world and witty reviewer.

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