My Bookish Ways (Kristin Centorcelli) has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).
I’ve been blurbed a few times, most notably in the Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne, The Impossible Cube by Steven Harper, Moonshifted by Cassie Alexander, The Rift Walker by Clay and Susan Griffith
I am also the winner of the Team Robot Blogger Award for 2013, given out by the wonderful folks at Angry Robot Books, which was pretty darn cool:)
If you’d like to send me something to review, please take a look around to get a good idea of what I like to read (mainly spec. fiction, suspense, horror, urban fantasy), and if you think your book would be a fit, be sure to read my review policy first, then send me an email at mybookishways (at) yahoo (dot) com. I can’t guarantee that I will review every book sent to me, but I’ll do my best! My husband also reviews SF every now and then for the site, so if you have a book you think he’d dig, also let me know!
A note on my reviews: Since I do so many critical reviews for other outlets, I like to think of the reviews on my blog as more recommendation than critical analysis. If I wouldn’t recommend it to a friend, you probably won’t see it featured here (unless my husband reviews something, then anything goes-it’s just how I roll.) So, you most likely won’t see anything that would rate under 3 stars (if I used star ratings, which I don’t.)
**If you’re curious about site traffic, My Bookish Ways gets over 100,000 unique visitors annually, over 135,000 total visitors, and around 225,000 pageviews.
In the interest of full disclosure, I use Amazon buy links, and minimal ads, which provide a teeny bit of income for the site, so when you click on a book and it goes to Amazon, I’ll get a very small amount of commission. This also helps to offset the cost of shipping for giveaways. I also may get a small amount for book related ads.
***I hope you like the site and hang around, comment, discuss, and all that good stuff, but please, please don’t copy my work. I work rather hard on it, and don’t get paid, so please respect that. If you like something, and would like to include it on another blog/site/etc., all I ask is that you credit the material to me with a link or shout-out. Thank ya!!