Thank you for your interest in having your book spotlighted on Ex Libris. I am accepting books for review and I am also happy to do author/book promotion, interviews, guest posts, contests/giveaways and blog tours.
Please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with review requests including description of the book, genre, title, your affiliation to the book (author/publisher/other), website and contact information.
If I am interested, I will respond to your request at my earliest possible convenience. A non-response after 7-10 days may be taken as a respectfully declined offer.
I have many books on my TBR list but I will do my best to read and review your book as soon as possible, however it could take up to 2-3 months seeing how busy I am with current review requests. But if you would like me to make your novel a priority or if the release day is approaching, please tell me so and I will do my best to accommodate you.
My acceptance of a book is not a guarantee for a review. Please be aware that I am under no obligation to promote or review a book that I have received from an author or publisher. I reserve the right to refuse to do a review if I feel I wouldn't do justice to the book either because I don't have the necessary time or the book is not my cup of tea.
If I do review your book it will be an honest review - either positive or negative.
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Because of the Latin blog name the rating scale will be Latin themed too*:
5 stars: Novellus Perfectus! (Brilliant books, a MUST! Loved these!)
4 stars: Novellus Superbus! (Great books! You shouldn't miss out on these)
3 stars: Novellus Bonus! (Enjoyed reading these, nice books)
The grades do not automatically reflect the quality of the novel but my personal feelings and how much I enjoyed reading it.