My Reviews

I've been reviewing books since 2011. Many of my reviews reflect ideas and opinions I no longer agree with. Several also display my own early writing mistakes. I leave them up because they have aided readers and book buyers in the past, so even the worst and earliest among them might still have something to offer.

Previously I wrote reviews for multiple publishing companies and upon personal request from authors or their publicists. I rarely write book reviews now. While I love to hear recommendations and requests for book reviews, in college I don't have much time to commit to reviewing.

{Book reviews are grouped by review program and author. Some series are reviewed by individual titles, while others are grouped under the series title. To search for a certain title or author, hold Ctrl + f on your keyboard to open a search bar.}


Blogging for Books





Robin Jones Gunn: Departures
Robin Jones Gunn: Sisterchicks in Sombreros

R. Albert Mohler: Culture Shift




Glass Road Public Relations (Now Son Studios)

D. Barkley Briggs: The Song of Unmaking

Melody Carlson: Becoming Me





LibraryThing



Marc Franco: Catching Santa







Cidney Swanson: Rippler





My Personal Bookshelf

Natalie Babbitt: Tuck Everlasting



Robin Palmer: Cindy Ella

Rachelle Rea: The Sound of Diamonds

Veronica Roth: Divergent

Jill Williamson: Captives



Resources for Reviewers



*Book discussion guide is available upon request for Swipe by Evan Angler.

2 comments:

  1. If you take requests, may I suggest reviewing 'The Hobbit' by J.R.R Tolkien? Since the movie just came out (and it is awesome) I think a review of the book would be nice.

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  2. Hey Rebekah! Yes, I take requests. Right now I already have three books lined up through the blogging programs I use; however, once I've finished those and the party is over, I will definitely look into The Hobbit :)

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