As of June 1st, 2020 I have 229 titles in my review queue, (169 of those from NetGalley and Edelweiss) which prohibits me from submitting reviews in a timely manner. For that reason I will no longer be accepting any more books for review until further notice.
Also, I will temporarily abstaining from participating in any blog tours as the deadlines they impose seriously affects my review queue.
I began this blog as a way of sharing the books I read with others. Now retired from my full time library job, I can devote more of my free time to reading and reviewing. That being said, I am RETIRED and want to take a more relaxed approach to blogging.
I’ve got so many books I’m trying to read and review, I can’t promise to get to any one book in a given time frame. I do not and cannot review every book I receive, and I can’t accept every review request.
I prefer to review mystery or suspense fiction with psychological thrillers being my absolute favorites. I will also review historical fiction, women’s fiction or literary fiction.
I DO NOT review fantasy, science fiction, steampunk, non-fiction, erotica, graphic novels, YA titles, or poetry collections.
The novels that I read are given to me in consideration of an honest review (the majority of which come from NetGalley and Edelweiss).
I no longer accept physical books, only Kindle e-copies.
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Fictionophile Blogger Award/Book Tag Policy
Like anyone, I relish any appreciation others might express for my blog. It is a labor of love after all… I am grateful for any and all attention my blog receives.
BUT, that being said I wish to state here and now that this blog does NOT participate in blogger awards, blog hops, or other tagging memes.
I have tried this type of venture previously and found that it was just too time consuming and took away from my reading and reviewing time. I dislike the whole ‘chain letter’ aspect of the awards. Also, I feel uncomfortable ‘tagging’ others to participate.
Thanks anyway – but no thanks!
Fictionophile’s Rating System
Reading time that I treasured. Absolutely just the right book for me at the right time. A book I’d highly recommend.
Reading time well spent. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it.
Reading time not begrudged. This book had many good points, but it was not entirely to my taste. I would recommend this book with a few reservations.
Reading time wasted. This book was not to my taste and I would not recommend it.
Reading time I’ll never get back. I probably did not finish this book. Ugh!