Review Policies



Here at Grownupfangirl, we are only accepting books in the YA and NA/A genre.  
We are also beta readers for various authors. If you'd like us to come on board with your book, email us below!
We are taking requests for reviews at this time! Thank you :)

**Please Note that Amber is currently not reviewing due to conflict of interest with working in the industry, but she is doing promo posts, interviews, dreamcasts, playlists, excerpts, and similar posts.

Carmen and Ursula are both available for reviews** 


We accept YA and NA/A fiction in the following genres:
  • Fantasy 
  • Contemporary Romance
  • Paranormal
  • Mystery
  • Humor
  • Dystopia
  • Gothic Humor/Romance
We do NOT accept the following genres:

  • Non-Fiction
  • Memoirs
  • Political
  • Short Stories or Short Story compilations
  • Overly preachy Christian Fiction






Author Requested Reviewer's Policy:
     If you are a published author - new or seasoned - who is interested in an honest and unbiased book review, please contact us by email.  You must provide a physical copy, PDF, or Epub of said book.  Reviews will be produced in a timely manner, and the situation will be handled in a professional environment.  Digital copies of novels will NEVER be publicly shared, and ARCs will NEVER be lent out prior to book release date.  The review will be posted on the blog, as well as the respective GoodReads account of the contacted reviewer.
     Please note that just because you contacted us and we agree to read your book does not mean a review.  Unless we have explicitly agreed to a full review, please do not expect one.  But it can mean promotions and recomendations on our social media sites (IE: GoodReads, Twitter, Instagram, etc).  




1 comment:

  1. Hi! My first novel is almost done with editing. The publisher says it will be released by summer. ARC's will be ready in April. May we send you an arc for review?
    Title: Gaze Upon a Blue Moon
    Genre: adult fiction, fantasy, romance
    my email: dannawalters@yahoo.com
    Synopsis: When Irelyn finds a letter from her deceased grand-dad Irish, asking her to “forgive the dead their wrongs,” she is immersed in a maelstrom of long suppressed childhood memories.
    Could grand-dad be right? Did she go back in time when she went missing as a child? Why and how did that happen, and how did her grandparents have anything to do with it?
    Irelyn must travel to her grandparent’s home land of Ireland to sift through her own fanciful memories as a small girl in an attempt to bring the truth to surface. Bearing in mind, what her grandmother said, “Some secrets are meant to be kept, while others are meant to be shared.”
    However, no task is ever as simple as it seems. Unbeknownst to Irelyn, there are two men waiting for her to make her journey across the ocean; one to welcome and one to flee. Irelyn must confront them both, and discover the connection between the past and her future. Once all is known, will Irelyn be able to forgive the dead their wrongs?

    Thank you for your time and consideration!
    danna walters

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