Open Book Society Review Policy:
- Open Book Society accepts early copies of books (ARCs) and books that are published, not yet in print, and in digital versions (ebooks or PDF).
- All reviews will be honest and Open Book Society does NOT guarantee a positive review but we will give constructive criticism.
- Open Book Society is happy to do interviews and contests/giveaways with authors as well as participate in blog tours with advance notice.
- Open Book Society does not promise to accept every book sent in for a review and still maintains the right to reject a book even after agreeing to read it.
- Reviews and interviews will go up as soon as POSSIBLE! Open Book Society is a site run by volunteered staff and we have a lot to juggle outside of the writing for the site. We request all authors who submit a book for a review and get accepted be PATIENT and UNDERSTANDING of this.
Open Book Society reviews Young Adult and Adult fiction as well as Graphic Novels & Comics along the lines of:
We request when authors email for a request to take on his/her book for a review that they fill out the following form so those on Open Book Society staff will know what to expect:
- Number of Pages
- Type of book (Example: hardcover, soft cover, PDF, etc.)
- Synopsis (Blurb) of book
Would you like to do an interview as well as a review?
Would you like Open Book Society to participate in a blog tour?
Would you like to write a guest blog for OBS?
Would you like to have Open Book Society host a giveaway for your book?
Email addresses, phones numbers, and addresses provided by the author for whatever reason will remain confidential and will NOT be given away to anyone.
Reviews will be published on Open Book Society website, Facebook page, Goodreads page, Stumble, Amazon.com and promoted through Twitter. (we have 4000 people currently following us through Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter and our daily newsletter.)
Open Book Society respects all ARC (Advance Reading Copy) copies of author’s work and will NOT sell them without the author’s consent! Open Book Society is VERY honored when an author grants permission to read their work and will treat both the author and his or her work with GREAT respect.
We have staff in many countries: Germany, Australia, Canada, and all over the United States. Dawn, site owner, offers the staff first choice on which books they’d like to review, which may mean it could take longer to generate a review. Books will be mailed out to to the reviewer of choice or if mailed to Dawn, she will send it to the reviewer who requested it. Please be aware of that when you send your book/ARC or PDF.
For a request or for further questions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Open Book Society Team,
My name is Daye Riolpe. I’m Jeffrey Perren’s publicist and I’m acting on his behalf. I’d like to have considered his novel of Romantic suspense, released on December 17, 2014.
Title: The Lighthouse Pylon
Author: Jeffrey Perren
Number of Pages: 244
Type of book: whatever e-Book format the reader prefers
CURL HOYER WAS A MAN WHO COULD NOT BE FOOLED… EXCEPT THIS ONCE.
1955. The unstoppable sea and an immovable lighthouse tower that holds the key to several lives, past, present, and future.
Approaching middle-age and desperately lonely, Lighthouse Keeper Curl Hoyer is pining to find a wife, the unique partner just right for him.
When alluring photo-journalist Henne arrives to do a story on him and the coastal facility, his prayer seems answered at last. Seductive and intriguing, she quickly makes him fall in love with her — all according to plan.
What is that plan?
At first blush, it appears nothing more than a desire to corral a man of unusual character. Soon, it’s uncovered to be a devilish scheme for revenge, payback for wounds nursed since adolescence. Henne intends both Curl and the tower the ultimate harm.
Why? What’s the mysterious connection between the pair that reaches back 20 years? How can a haunting seaside tower bring them together for one final showdown? And can Curl uncover the plan in time to save himself and the vital ship’s guide, standing guard for three centuries?
Would you like to do an interview as well as a review? Yes
*There is no profanity or explicit sex; only suggestive, very discreet lovemaking once, of the sort you would see in a 1950’s mainstream women’s novel.
Thank you very much indeed for your time and consideration. I know you are very busy and have many requests like this one. I’m grateful for taking time with mine.
I wish you the best,
Title: Warrior’s Surrender
Author: Elizabeth Ellen Carter
Number of Page: 351
Genre: Historical Romance.
Blurb: A shared secret from their past could destroy their future…
Northumbria, 1077. In the years following William the Conqueror’s harrying of the North, Lady Alfreya of Tyrswick returns to her family home after seven years in exile. But instead of returning victorious as her dead father had promised, she returns defeated by Baron Sebastian de la Croix, the Norman who rules her lands.
To save her gravely ill brother’s life, Alfreya offers herself hostage to her enemy. As Alfreya gets to know her new husband, she finds he’s not the monster she feared, and their marriage of convenience soon becomes a bond of passion. But Sebastian is a man with a secret—one that could destroy him.
As a series of brutal murders haunt their nights, the man who betrayed Alfreya’s father returns claiming to be her betrothed. He has learned Sebastian’s secret and will use it to further his own ambition—using Sebastian’s own family—which will destroy Sebastian and mark him a traitor, and plunge an unprepared England into war with the Scots…
Title: Code Name Atlas
Author: Tony Evans
Number of Pages: 310
Genre: Science fiction
Type of book MOBI, EPUB, or PDF.
Synopsis (Blurb) of book: Atlas is a war hero caught between his wife’s love or saving the survivors of earth. Earth has been destroyed by unknown forces leaving it in ruins. The closest thing to organized leadership is the packs of scavengers that take what they want. To keep his wife safe he builds an army. To give her the life she wants he fights. To win back their home he must go to war. But, she doesn’t believe that his sacrifice is for her and his selflessness is driving them apart. As he struggles for his wife’s devotion he is caught in a war with a tyrannical dictator. To win the war and his wife safety he must give her up and fight a war where defeat is expected. To fight a dictator he must become a warlord. Hovering over everything is the threat of an alien invasion which Atlas slowly pieces together through unreliable stories told by the survivors. He soon learns that his fight is only a small part in a war that has been raging for hundreds of years and reaches throughout the galaxy. A gritty and realistic feel blends with minimal use of science fiction elements to create a rich, believable contemporary story of one soldier’s heart-wrenching post-apocalyptic journey to keep his family alive.