Review Policy

I do not accept all unpublished work to be reviewed.

I DO ACCEPT: YA, Dystopian, Limited Fantasy, Post- Apocalyptic, Sci-fi, Thriller, Adult, and Works Focused on and or written by People of Color- that has undergone a fair amount of editing and would only need to be reviewed for content/continuity/ plot/ character development/flow/ emotional impact etc.

I DON'T ACCEPT: Partial unedited works, erotica, romance, contemporary, politically driven, memoirs, short story's or poetry. I also don't accept works that will require me to give a positive review, I reserve my right to give a honest review for all.

If I start reviewing your work and realize I wouldn't be able to provide "constructive" criticism, I will let you know.  I respect and appreciate authors hard work and effort when writing books, and so I try to be as open and honest as possible, without disrespecting that. If your interested in a review/feature/shoutout you can contact me at audacioustori@gmail.com. Please expect a reply within a week, after that feel free to contact me again. 

I prefer books to review in a hard copy, but will accept ebooks. My mailing address will be provided upon request. I have a Kindle Paperwhite so prefer ebooks in a MOBI/AZW3 format.

I AM CURRENTLY NOT TAKING ANY REQUESTS!! Will be Open For Submissions Starting APRIL 2017
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  1. Hi Tori, my name is Larry Rodness and I am contacting you to request a review of my third novel entitled, "October 32nd". Synopsis as follows:
    It is October 31st. The quaint little town of Elora has held its annual Halloween festival for the past 50 years but this year it takes a terrible turn. A young boy nearly drowns while bobbing for apples. Shortly after, a group of children are attacked by a flock of crows. Local eccentric, Missy Claridge, senses a mysterious connection between the two incidents and warns the town officials to postpone the upcoming festivities. Unfortunately her premonition is ignored and later that evening, all the children in the village suddenly disappear. The townsfolk are baffled. Soon, every person becomes a suspect as residents frantically try to discover what happened to the children and how to get them back.
    Please let me know if there is interest and where to send the file.
    best regards, Larry Rodness

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    1. Please email any requests to audacioustori@gmail.com, Thanks

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