Review Policy

Review Policy

  • I am happy to accept electronic books for review. I prefer using NetGalley, Edelweiss, or Amazon Whispercast (I do not accept books in PDF format). I do not accept hard copy review books.
  • I do not accept self-published books for review.
  • I no longer participate in blog tours.
  • Please send all review requests to Unfortunately, I cannot accept every review request that I receive, but I am happy to review books that sound interesting to me and for which my schedule allows.

Genres I Review

  • Contemporary / Literary Fiction
  • Cooking / Food Books (not cookbooks, but real books about cooking and/or food)
  • Historical Fiction
  • Memoirs
  • Non – Fiction
  • Sports Books

Genres I Do Not Review

  • Christian
  • Erotica
  • Graphic Novels
  • Romance
  • Sci-Fi / Fantasy
  • Self-Help and/or How-To
  • Young Adult and Children’s Books 
  • Poetry

Complimentary Books

The books reviewed on Sarah’s Book Shelves have been purchased by me prior to review unless otherwise stated in the post as being received from an author, publisher or company. I never receive any monetary compensation in return for a review and agree to receive a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest assessment. 

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One Response to “Review Policy”

  1. Gregory Attaway

    Hi, Sarah,

    My name is Gregory, and I have a book I would like for you to consider for a review. The genre is contemporary fiction, and here’s the blurb:

    “The world was never innocent. But I was.” –Benjamin Camden

    See the world through the eyes of the greatest Hollywood legend that never was.

    Benny Camden is the mind behind the most innovative show on television. When his brother dies in an attack at the onset of the Vietnam War, he uses his power and position in an act of protest without considering the consequences. His grief sets off a chain of events that will change him forever and lead to some of the most legendary moments in film history.

    But his true legacy is not in his movies or his talent as an entertainer. It is his daughter.

    Weston begins an epic Hollywood saga spanning three generations – the first chapter of Gregory Attaway’s The Great Ones. It’s the story of a man’s quest for identity and purpose. For love and family. For his soul.

    Thanks in advance for your time and consideration!


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