Friday, November 18, 2011


It is Friday, and we know what that means. It is time for all book reviewers to tell us what they have reviewed last week, and what they are working on this week. Don't forget to give us a link to where we can see the full review.

If you are open to reviewing a book, be sure to mention your guidelines as well.

Also mention anything special going on with your blog or web site.

This is the place to get us excited about finding that perfect read--so be sure to make us envy your job. I know it is a lot of work to do reviews--but someone has to do it--right. For all writers, and readers, let me tell you a big thank you.

So, let the shout out begin!


  1. Last week I reviewed Something Different by S A Reid, which was a new read for me both in terms of the author and the type of novel (M/M Erotica):

    Only one review this week as I've been doing informational posts otherwise and working on Adopt an Indie month.

    Love the shoutout idea. Have a great day!

  2. Oh and I'm *always* open to review requests - as long as you don't mind a little wait :)

  3. I reviewed Welcome to Fred by Brad Whittington and Caught in the Winds by LD Wenzel last week. I've scheduled the posts so it isn't live on my blog now. Review that was posted on my blog last week is Coffee at Little Angels by Nadine Rose Larter -

    I am always open to reviewing books. Read my review policy ( and then contact me ( I don't bite, I promise. :)

    I signed up for the 2012 Debut Author Challenge last week, so I'm pretty excited about that. I can't wait to read and review Young Adult or Middle Grade books published next year by debut authors! It's always a nice feeling when you discover a fantastic work by a debut author.

  4. Good morning. Thanks so much for letting me share my author introduction and book review site!

    Today I'm introducing you to author Kristie Leigh Maguire on my blog, Sandy's Spotlight.

    I am featuring her western romance novel, Second Chances: Love Lost, Love Found. Stop by, check out my review, read an excerpt and please share this blog post on Twitter and Facebook.

    If you're an avid reader, subscribe to the blog and you'll get an e-mail every other week introducing you to a great new author.

    Thanks so much!
    Sandy Wolters

  5. Sounds like some good reviews already. I will check them out today. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I've posted 5 reviews since starting my blog Books, Places, Life at the end of September. The most recent was of The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides, and next up will be Florence & Giles by John Harding, a Gothic style story set in New England in 1891 and very loosely based on The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. The reviews are going down well and I'm loving writing them, although as you say doing a proper job of it is hard work. Please come and have a look at: