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Whether you are here to give me book recommendations, or just want to say hi, anyone is free to email me at email@example.com.
If you’re here to send me a review request, please read the review request section below. You can also contact me through the suggestions button on your left.
To Bookish Brews Readers
If you’re looking to get in touch, I’d love to hear from you! I love making book friends and would love to chat. Please don’t be shy to reach out just to say hi, if you have any book recommendations, or if you notice something for me to work on and make the blog better. I work to be very open and I’d love to hear from you! Add me on other social media platforms. 🙂
I also accept recommendations for things you’d like to see on Bookish Brews, this can be discussion topics, list ideas, or whatever you’d like. Just email me or fill out the form below if you’d like to see something specific here and I’ll get back to you!
Read for Bookish Brews!
Are you interested in reading and reviewing free indie books for Bookish Brews? I have so many review requests that I’d love to read but just can’t do it all by myself. Since Bookish Brews is here to celebrate marginalized authors, I am also looking for diverse reviewers. If you want to read some free books, please shoot me an email telling me a little bit about yourself!
This can be cover reveal requests, review requests, book spotlight requests, sponsored posts, guest posts etc. I cover all of these below. Please read the section that applies to you before submitting a request. Don’t forget to check out Bookish Brews about page to make sure your book is a good fit.
If you’re an author/publicist and are looking for people to read and review your book, feel free to submit a review request. I look over each request to see if it meets the theme of Bookish Brews, my reading preferences, and my reading schedule. I’m on a personal lifelong mission of reading books that promote diversity and inclusion by diverse authors, and I want to share that journey with my followers in hopes that they are encouraged to do the same, even by just adding a little bit of intentionality.
Please scroll down to see my preferred genre preferences & a bit about me to help you gauge if your book would be a good fit.
If you are a publicist who is pitching multiple books at once, feel free to just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, you don’t have to fill out the form for each book.
Pro tip: send all the requested information & the book (if you only have an ebook available) in the request & in epub or mobi format. Even if I can’t take on the book right now, it is possible I will come across a time where I go back and read them at a much later date. If the book is not included in the email the chance that I will read your submission as part of a backlog is nonexistent.
If the button doesn’t work, copy this: https://forms.gle/3hxHKmKQUPiDE5hw9
I know sending physical books can get expensive, especially without a guarantee that I am able to feature your book. I’m absolutely open to reading epub or mobi files, especially from indie authors. You do not have to send me a physical copy to be considered. However for those of you who want to send a physical book you can send them to the following address:
407 W. Imperial Hwy
Suite H #723
Brea, CA 92821-4803
Unfortunately, I cannot read every book that I receive a request for. I pick and choose the ones that I think fit me and my blog the best with the amount of time that I have at any given moment. I can not guarantee that a review will be posted within a certain time frame (unless I have personally offered).
Considering my mission at Bookish Brews is to celebrate marginalized authors, I do not post negative reviews on my site. If I do not enjoy the book, it will not get exposure on Bookish Brews. Therefore if I confirm that I would like to read your book, that still is not a guarantee that I will review it. However, it could be added to my Goodreads profile, which does have a small following.
Please note: it is a goal of mine to one day have a team of reviewers for Bookish Brews. If you are giving me your book to potentially review, it may be reviewed by someone on my team rather than myself. Rest assured that it would only be given to a reviewer with the expressed intent to read and review your book specifically for Bookish Brews and Bookish Brews alone. By submitting a book to Bookish Brews, you are also giving permission for it to potentially be read by a Bookish Brews reviewer.
If you are looking for guaranteed exposure, and your book fits in with the mission of diversity and inclusion, you can also email me to see if we can collaborate on a sponsored post. If I think your book fits with Bookish Brews, of course.
Cover Reveal Request
Please complete two steps for a cover reveal request:
- email me a press release to email@example.com
- fill out the same review request form.
- You do not have to attach a copy of the book if you are requesting a cover reveal (though it is appreciated!)
Please make sure that the cover reveal is exclusive to Bookish Brews (otherwise it isn’t really a reveal!) and that the book fits with the our mission here.
Looking to Collaborate?
If you’re interested in doing a guest post on Bookish Brews, send me an email with your idea! I’m willing to accept book reviews, book lists (as collaborations), bookish discussions, author interviews, and more. As long as the books mentioned are all diverse in some way. Please look at how I format my reviews and lists before writing your post.
If you’re interested in sponsoring a post on Bookish Brews, feel free to shoot me an email with all the information. I reserve the right to refuse inquiries should I not feel they appropriate for my blog. Before submitting an inquiry, please check that it fits in with the theme of Bookish Brews! I’m here to promote diversity in books, and to provide a space where people feel comfortable picking up any book listed on this site and knowing that it is diverse in some way.
This can look like:
- A book spotlight
- A short essay by the author