Here are lists of my reviews for various websites (I have not listed reviews posted twice on two lists, just the first one):

11 Responses to “Review Lists”

  1. I noticed my novel, “The First Vial”, appears on your wish list and also that you review for teensreadtoo. If you’d like to review my book, check with Jen. I sent her a review copy a couple of months ago.

  2. Kimberlee Says:

    I’m wondering if it is possible to get my new young adult romance, “Love thy Sister, Guard thy Man” reviewed? Thank you for your time. Kimberlee

  3. Hi Jocelyn,

    My new series THE ELITE drops on June 3rd, and I’d love if you’d consider reviewing it! Just let me know if you’re interested, and I’ll be glad to send you an ARC.

    Jennifer Banash

  4. g0jumb0s Says:

    My friend April Wayland published a book of poetry for teens, “Girl Coming In for a Landing,” a couple of years ago, and I have yet to read a better novel for teen girls. It’s a quick read, but a wonderful one… honest, funny, and insightful. Would you consider writing a review?

    Thanks so much!

  5. g0jumb0s Says:

    Oops… sorry… just read the comment policy… sending an email now. I apologize for not following protocol!


  6. sandyz Says:

    can you please pease please get the book ‘noughts and crosses’ reviewed it is a really good book and it starts a series of books. thanks sooo much.

  7. kara Says:

    how do you search book reviews on here?

  8. Jamie Says:

    I found your review of “The Goose Girl” very insightful. Though it is one of the mandatory choices for me to read over the summer for school, I think I will find it very interesting. Thanks!

  9. adriannastepiano Says:

    Not quite sure how else to ask, I don’t see a contact box so forgive me if this is inappropriate. I would love for you to review my latest novel. You can download a free ebook from using coupon code: TL67Y.

    (Code expires in 24 hours)

    Adrianna Stepiano

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